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$550,000 Settlement Following DUI Accident March 28, 2023 | Results may vary depending on your particular facts and legal circumstances.
Christopher L. Musmanno, personal injury attorney with Einhorn, Barbarito, Frost & Botwinick, reached a settlement in the case of a Plaintiff, age 36, who was injured while operating a commercial truck that was struck from behind by an intoxicated driver, causing Plaintiff’s vehicle to flip over several times. Plaintiff sustained […]
Matheu D. Nunn, partner and co-chair of the firm’s Family Law Practice and Appellate Practice, was a featured panelist at the NJICLE webinar “Establishing a Prima Facie Case of Cohabitation,” on March 1, which discussed the issue of establishing cohabitation in light of the Temple v. Temple ruling. The panel […]
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Matheu D. Nunn Co-Authors “Getting a ‘Get’ – An Alternative Avenue for Relief?” March 6, 2023 | Results may vary depending on your particular facts and legal circumstances.
Matheu D. Nunn, co-chair of the Einhorn Barbarito’s Family/Matrimonial Practice, and Eliana Baer, a partner with Fox Rothschild, discuss one of the few areas of family law unaddressed by the New Jersey Supreme Court in the New Jersey Law Journal article “Getting a ‘Get’—An Alternate Avenue for Relief?” The article […]
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Tim Ford Explains Purpose of Performance Improvement Plans in SHRM.org Article February 21, 2023 | Results may vary depending on your particular facts and legal circumstances.
Employment lawyer Tim Ford regularly counsels employers on the importance of having employee manuals that specify progressive discipline policies. In a recent SHRM.org article, “PIPs: Write, Implement and Time Them Precisely,” Tim explains how managers and employers can effectively administer Performance Improvement Plans (PIPs) as part of the progressive discipline […]
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