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Del Pizzo Interviewed for Super Lawyers Article
March 20, 2019
Nancy Del Pizzo was interviewed for a Super Lawyers article, “An overview of what New Jersey and federal trademark laws say.” Click here to read full article. …
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Kurland featured in New York Law Journal article
March 20, 2019 | Real Estate, Zoning & Land Use | Trusts & Estates
Jason Kurland was featured in a New York Law Journal article, “How a $254M Powerball Ticket Changed This Man’s Life.” Click here to read the article. …
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Cornachio Quoted in Newsday
March 18, 2019 | Corporate
Bill Cornachio was quoted in a Newsday article, “LI Auto Firm Seeks Tax Breaks to Expand.” Cornachio explained that the auto company, Tonsa Automotive Inc., needs more space to accommodate its growing inventory of auto parts. “What’s key to its success is prompt delivery of automobile parts…[Motorists] don’t want to wait several days for the …
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New Jersey Bill Would Shorten Statute of Limitations for Professional Malpractice Claims
March 22, 2019 | Jonathan B. Bruno | Cali L. Eckler | Professional Liability
On March 18, 2019, Bill A-4880 passed the New Jersey Assembly Judiciary Committee.  If the bill becomes law, it will amend the governing statute, N.J.S.2A:14-1, by shortening the statute of limitations for claims of malpractice against certain licensed professionals (including lawyers) from six years to two years.  The amendment will also prohibit the award of …
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New Rules for Premium Visa Processing and H-1B Data Hub
March 20, 2019 | Henry M. Mascia | Employment & Labor | Immigration
On March 19, 2019, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced two major changes to the H-1B visa program. First, USCIS will allow a modified form of premium processing for H-1B visa petitions that are subject to the annual cap (“cap-subject H-1B petitions”). In the past two years, USCIS had suspended premium processing …
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How Courts Treat ‘Technology Assisted Review’ in Discovery
March 13, 2019 | Commercial Litigation
On Oct. 1, 2018, an amendment to the Rules of the Commercial Division of the Supreme Court took effect codifying the Commercial Division’s support of the use of technology assisted review (TAR) during discovery. Specifically, Commercial Division Rule 11-e(f) encourages parties to “use the most efficient means to review documents, including electronically stored information (ESI), …
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