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Part 2 in the series “Employee Job Performance in the Senior Living Community Workplace Environment” The coronavirus pandemic has brought new and sometimes complicated employment law issues to senior living communities. From implementing quarantine protocols to mandating vaccinations, these new issues are demanding owners and administrators to face unique challenges […]

In 2014, the New Jersey Supreme Court decided State v. David Gibson, a criminal matter that raised questions about the seizure of drugs following an arrest for “defiant trespass.” While many criminal matters revolve around the legality of a search and seizure, the Gibson case focused on the arrest for […]

Under the New Jersey Workers’ Compensation Act, an employee is entitled to compensation for an accidental injury if the employee’s injury arose out of and in the course of employment.  In a recent unpublished opinion, Mackoff v. New Brunswick Saw Service, A-3625-19, a salesman was injured in a motor vehicle […]

Recreational boating, an activity that easily lends itself to social distancing, has soared in popularity since the pandemic began. According to the National Marine Manufacturers Association, new boat sales hit their highest peak in 13 years in 2020 and online boat rental services have seen an increase in business as much […]

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