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  • Should Your Community Association Be Concerned About Voter Fraud?
    The recently enacted Radburn statute changes how Community Association elections are conducted in New Jersey, impacting thousands of common interest communities. Community Associations in New Jersey must comply with the Radburn statute and potentially revise their voting systems and update their policies and procedures to comply with relevant law. A key section in the Radburn... Continue Reading

  • Division of Personal Property in an Estate
    Upon the death a loved one, the Last Will and Testament governs how the liquid assets of an Estate are distributed. It is also common that the Last Will and Testament may provide instructions as the distribution of some of the personal property of the Decedent. Even under such circumstances, however, this often leaves a... Continue Reading

  • Can One Workplace Incident Create a Hostile Work Environment?
    What is a “hostile work environment?” This seemingly straightforward three-word phrase has vexed employers, in-house counsel, and HR professionals alike when dealing with employee internal grievances of discrimination and harassment. It’s easy to discipline employees engaged in repetitive discriminatory or harassing behavior in the workplace. More troublesome for employers, however, is the single racial slur or isolated... Continue Reading

  • Toys ?R? Us Files For Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Protection
    Wayne, NJ-based Toys ?R? Us filed a voluntary petition for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in the Eastern District of Virginia (Richmond) on Monday (Case no. 17-34665). Toys ?R? Us operates more than 1,600 locations for both Toy ?R? Us and Babies ?R? Us and employs approximately 64,000 people. The chain is seeking borrow money in... Continue Reading

  • Tri-Parenting Arrangements and Custody
    Changing American Families Changing social norms and biological advances in reproductive technology have changed the face of the family, in turn creating legal consequences and implications. Families formed by non-traditional marriages, same-sex couples, and individuals intending to parent alone may use assisted reproductive technology. Assisted reproductive technology and adoption can help create families who may... Continue Reading

  • Avoiding Charity Scams in the Wake of Hurricane Harvey
    In the wake of Hurricane Harvey and the incredible devastation wrought across the State of Texas, many Americans want to do what they can to help. Unfortunately, there are some unscrupulous individuals who will seek to personally profit from the generosity of their neighbors. The U.S. Department of Justice estimates that over $20 million was... Continue Reading

  • Can Anything Be Done to Stop the PennEast Pipeline?
    What is the status of the PennEast Pipeline project? With the recent confirmation of two new commissioners, a quorum has been restored in the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC). This likely means that FERC will soon begin addressing the approval of natural gas pipeline projects, including the PennEast Pipeline. The PennEast Pipeline project received its final... Continue Reading

  • Addressing Harassment Issues in Community Associations
    Community Association Board of Directors Powers: As is well understood, Community Association Boards are elected to manage the property, affairs, and business of the Association. The Board has the power to enforce obligations of the unit owners and do what is necessary and proper for the management of the community. This includes enforcing the Association?s... Continue Reading

  • New Standard for Child Relocation Applications in New Jersey
    Baures v. Lewis Standard for Relocation For just over 16 years, Baures v. Lewis was the standard in New Jersey for allowing a parent to permanently relocate out-of-state with a child against the other parent?s wishes. N.J.S.A. 9:2-2 provides that a parent seeking to relocate and remove a child from New Jersey without the other... Continue Reading

  • A Board of Trustees May Now Amend the By-Laws Without a Vote of the Unit Owners
    On July 13, 2017, a new law was enacted in New Jersey amending the Planned Real Estate Development Full Disclosure Act (PREDFDA). PREDFDA governs homeowners associations, condominium associations, and co-ops. The new PREDFDA provisions apply to trustee elections and certain by-laws amendment procedures. They also permit an association?s board of trustees to amend the association?s... Continue Reading


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