If you are a resident looking to add an addition, pool or deck, for example, to your home, or a business looking to use or improve property, you may be required to apply for what is known as a Variance. The process, with its applications, board requirements, legal notices, and […]
Appellate Division Sheds Light on how a Public Entity May be Exposed to Liability for Failing to Return Phone Calls from a Concerned Parent In a recently reported personal injury suit, a high school student was walking home from school on a busy road when he was struck by a […]
During divorce, one of the most frequent questions asked is about assets which were owned prior to the marriage. Over the next few blogs, we consider different types of assets which you may have owned before the marriage and what happens to those assets when you get divorced.
Employers can no longer use mandatory arbitration agreements to address sexual assault and sexual harassment claims following the recent passage of the Ending Forced Arbitration of Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment Act of 2021 (the Act). The new law amends the language of the Federal Arbitration Act (FAA), and invalidates […]
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