Brian Lauducci said the idea is a basic one: to actually treat people like people.Read More »
The one thing that won’t change No matter what happens with ACA, don’t expect much disruption to MA’s
Despite the uncertain future posed by a change in administration when President-elect Donald Trump takes office, the acquisitions of physician groups are likely to continue.
So says David Hyman, a health care attorney for Chiesa Shahinian & Giantomasi.
Democrats in the state Senate will attempt next week to override Gov. Chris Christie’s conditional veto of a bill that seeks to eliminate gender-based pay discrimination.Read More »
Not all of what business owners can expect on their federal taxes this year are the usual suspects. And it's a mix of the possibly good and possibly bad, as one may suspect.Read More »
When it comes to paying taxes, there are a few givens — one being that there's only so much you can control.Read More »
On a recent trip to California, Kathleen Boozang, dean of Seton Hall University School of Law, met with an alumnus and had a conversation about the importance of skills learned in law school, such as reading contracts, negotiating deals and spotting potential issues. The alum wasn't an attorney.Read More »
Spotlight on Law Connell Foley lawyers say practice group devoted to courtroom work gives their firm a needed edge
Bob Ryan and Jeff Moryan are seasoned trial lawyers who know how to make a case — inside the courtroom and out of it. This time, they're arguing that founding a practice group dedicated to trials is a good idea despite the fact that only a small portion of cases — about 5 percent by some accounts — go to trial.Read More »
Seton Hall University announced that, beginning in the fall semester of 2017, its part-time law program will be held on the weekends.Read More »
It’s that time of year again, when companies host their annual holiday office parties. Some do it on site; some off site. Some serve alcohol, and others do not. Regardless of the specifics of the party, it’s imperative that companies understand their responsibilities and liabilities surrounding employee actions at these events. Claims...Read More »
Why unearth all the muddy details of data privacy laws in the European Union?Read More »
Would Carrier have received the same deal it did if it were headquartered in N.J.? Top incentives attorney Ted Zangari breaks it down
Ted Zangari, an attorney with Sills Cummis & Gross in Newark, is one of the state's top experts in the use of government grants and awards to companies. In fact, he helped craft many of the programs.Read More »