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Understanding "performing operations" exclusions in comprehensive general liability policies

USA - April 12 2012 Read it before you sign it - you don't even need a lawyer to tell you that!...

Julius M. Redd.


Pending New Jersey consumer fraud legislation

USA - March 8 2012 The following proposed bill is pending before the New Jersey Assembly....


Attorneys' fees awarded for technical violation of New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act without proof of ascertainable loss

USA - November 17 2011 Homeowners who sue home improvement contractors win even when they lose....


Contract drafting tips for home improvement contractors: Tip 7 - contract registration numbers

USA - July 28 2011 In counseling home improvement contractors on the form and content of their contracts, I have developed a Top Ten Contract Drafting Tips List....


New Jersey Supreme Court: officers and employees of home improvement contracting business can be personally liable for consumer fraud violations

USA - July 11 2011 The New Jersey Supreme Court recently in a unanimous decision, Allen v. V&A Brothers, held that employees and officers of a home improvement contracting business may be individually liable under the New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act ("CFA"), N.J.S.A. 56:8-1 et seq., for affirmative acts, knowing omissions, and regulatory violations, including violations of the Home Improvement Practices Act ("HIP"), N.J.A.C. 13:45A-16 et seq....