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Divorce during COVID-19: Are lawyers getting more calls? Yes. But not necessarily why you might think

We had heard all the theories and seen the click-bait headlines about how divorce rates in New Jersey would skyrocket once unhappy couples were...

Price gouging: Ex-AG explains what is being looked for — and how firms can protect selves

Price gouging. Businesses have so many questions during a state of emergency. How is it defined? How often is it prosecuted? And what do you need to...


Grewal has tough words on price gouging — and businesses that ignore restrictions

Attorney General Gurbir Grewal said the Division of Consumer Affairs has received more than 1,400 coronavirus-related complaints concerning some 900...

N.J. to release low-level inmates in county jails, hoping to hold off corrections outbreak

Attorney General Gurbir Grewal announced Monday that the state will release many low-level offenders from the county jail system in an effort to...


Courts are closed and you have business dispute … what are your options?

Federal and state courts in New York and New Jersey have adjourned all civil jury trials, adjourned many civil bench trials and halted most in-person...

Why businesses should expect more closures, stay-at-home orders — and to wait for federal grants

Bill Castner, a partner at Connell Foley and veteran of the private sector and public sector, feels the various measures to confront the pandemic are...


Why passing Permit Extension Act now will pay off in the future

Ted Zangari has seen this before. Seen how changing regulations around permits and approvals helped the New Jersey economy a dozen years ago....

Why HIPAA rules do not apply to business in most COVID-19 cases

A common question from clients in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic is if and how HIPAA applies to them, and whether they are permitted under HIPAA...


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