Lowenstein Sandler announced Thursday that it has added former Newark mayoral candidate and Seton Hall Law professor Shavar D. Jeffries as partner.Read More »
The move to revise state regulation of self-insured, multiple-employer health plans, or MEWAs, is being shelved until the fall while Trenton confronts a major stumbling block: whether to continue requiring MEWAs to cover state-mandated health benefits that other self-insured health plans outside the MEWA structure don’t have to offer.Read More »
MGM Resorts International has agreed to a settlement with the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement that could enable it to regain its state gaming license, according to a published report.Read More »
State Sen. Robert W. Singer (R-Lakewood) said he will introduce this week an amended version of his bill that seeks to encourage employers to join together to create affordable, self-insured health plans.Read More »
Telebrands Corp., known for its “As Seen on TV” products, has been accused by the state of violating the Consumer Fraud Act; it may face a civil penalty of up to $20,000 for each violation of the act, plus consumer restitution.Read More »
Pashman Stein P.C., a New Jersey-based commercial litigation firm, is relocating and expanding its headquarters at the Court Plaza in Hackensack, according to its commercial real estate adviser, Newmark Grubb Knight Frank.Read More »
In a unique circumstance, four Chinese solar panel companies are seeking bankruptcy court protection in New Jersey for their U.S. assets — namely, 275,000 panels stored in the Garden State.Read More »
As a statewide paid sick leave bill sits in Trenton awaiting debate later this fall, a coalition of supporters is taking its case in the meantime to individual municipalities across New Jersey.Read More »
Acting Attorney General John J. Hoffman and the Division on Civil Rights announced Monday that Trane U.S. Inc. in Trenton, a subsidiary of Ingersoll Rand, has agreed to pay $55,000 to former employee Charnelle Gilliard after wrongfully terminating her employment due to doctor-prescribed medical leave during the final weeks of pregnancy.Read More »
To hear Mark Nikolsky tell it, it sounds a bit like a John Grisham novel.
In fall 2012, on the eve of a costly trial in federal court over a patent dispute, Nikolsky used a provision of a then-days-old law called the America Invents Act to control the proceeding before it got out of hand.
Hurricane Sandy had passed, and Bill Golden had a front-row seat for what was left behind.Read More »
Parsippany-based SOS Security LLC announced Thursday that it has acquired Asset Protection Associates Inc.Read More »