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Successful Strategies for Preventing and Defending Claims of Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

USA - May 2 2017 Despite increased efforts to curb it, sexual harassment in the workplace hasn’t gone away. In fact, news reports of allegations of sexual harassment

Wiretapping in the Workplace

USA - June 14 2017 The recent turmoil, investigation and controversy surrounding President Donald Trump’s firing of former FBI Director James Comey has thrust the issue

Recording Your Physician During Medical Appointments

USA - August 31 2017 Generally, after an examination for a medical problem, a doctor will sit down with a patient and explain what the issue is and offer treatment advice

Should I Have an Arbitration Clause in My Construction Contract?

USA - June 22 2017 Although it is typical for AIA form contracts to contain arbitration clauses, as a contractor you should consider whether you should have an

What Phineas Gage’s Injury Taught Us About Frontal Lobes

USA - May 25 2017 In 1848, Phineas Gage, a 25 year old railroad worker, unwittingly became a benchmark of modern neuroscience. Gage was using a tamping iron to pack

Recent Changes to New Jersey’s Public Recreational Bathing Facility Code Will Impact All Community Associations

USA - February 15 2018 The New Jersey Public Recreational Bathing Facility Code, N.J.A.C. 8:26-1.1, et seq., (“Bathing Code”), has changed as of January 16, 2018 and all

Recent Government Actions May Impact the Healthcare Industry and Affect Nursing Home Residents

USA - February 14 2018 The Trump Administration has recently adopted new limits on the use of guidance documents for federal agencies. Guidance documents are the

Filing a Residential Construction Lien in New Jersey

USA - February 12 2018 If you are a contractor or subcontractor in New Jersey who is involved in the construction or renovation of residential structures, you should be

The PennEast Pipeline: What Happens Next?

USA - February 12 2018 A few weeks ago, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) granted conditional approval of the PennEast Pipeline. FERC is a federal agency which

New Jersey Doctor Alleged to Reuse One-Use Anal Catheters on Multiple Patients

USA - February 8 2018 A doctor in Middlesex County has just had his licensed temporarily suspended for allegedly reusing disposable one-use anal catheters on dozens of