Genova Burns Partner John C. Petrella will present on “Hostile Environment Claims” at a New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education program entitled “Hot Tips in Preventing Employment Claims” on Tuesday, November 29. This popular program will highlight preventative measures and pointers that have a proven history of helping to avoid costly litigation and agency claims. The Board on Continuing Legal Education of the Supreme Court of New Jersey has approved this program for 4.5 hours of total CLE credit. Of these, 4.5 qualify as hours of credit for ethics/professionalism.
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Firm Chairman Angelo J. Genova recently appeared on the television program The Stoler Report in an episode entitled, “2016 Election: Its Effect on Commercial Real Estate”. Mr. Genova participated in a discussion with esteemed co-panelists Stephen Siegel, Chairman, Global Brokerate / Partner, CBRE / Fairstead Capital Real Estate; Marc Warren, Principal, Ackman-Ziff Real Estate Group; and Robert Knakal, Chairman, New York Investment Sales, Cushman & Wakefield, regarding the effect of the 2016 election in relation to foreign investment and the effect of immigration policies on the labor market.
Partner John R. Vreeland will present a webinar entitled, “Wage & Hour Litigation: Legal Issues and How to Mitigate Your Exposure” on Tuesday, November 22nd from 2 – 3 pm. The webinar will be hosted jointly by Genova Burns LLC and Willis Tower Watson.
Genova Burns Partner Judson M. Stein is a Panelist in today’s Advanced Estate Planning in 2017 & Beyond program and will be presenting a seminar on “Valuation Issues in Estate Tax Reporting” at the NJICLE. This program is taught by experienced trust and estate practitioners and educators, features carefully selected, sophisticated topics that focus on the latest developments in the federal estate tax while providing the information and tools you need to better serve your clients.
Firm Counsel and League Labor Relations Counsel, Joseph M. Hannon will be presenting a seminar today at the New Jersey League of Municipalities 2016 Convention entitled, “Disciplinary Actions in the Public Sector”. This session will focus on all aspects of the disciplinary process from the investigation stage through the handling of the matter on appeal. Mr. Hannon will discuss the difference between handling disciplinary actions in the civilian, civil service municipalities versus non-civil service municipalities, and display actions involving uniformed personnel.
Firm Managing Partner Brian W. Kronick will be presenting a seminar today at the New Jersey League of Municipalities 2016 Convention entitled “The Sun is Not Setting on Chapter 78”. This session will focus on negotiations obligations for municipalities regarding the contributions tiers of Chapter 78 and the sunset provision of its health benefits took effect in June 2015. Concentrating on how Chapter 78 operates for both union and non-union employees. In addition to discussing the Cadillac tax for plans under the Affordable Care Act will be and the tax that comes into effect in January 2020. Mayor of Burlington Township, Brian Carlin, will preside over the presentation.
Associate David A. Tango will participate as a panelist at the New Jersey State Bar Association 38 Annual (NLRB) Labor Law Conference – The Arthur Eisenberg Labor Symposium on November 18 in New Brunswick, NJ. Mr. Tango will present on the management side of his panel to give an update on recent NLRB developments including DR Horton, Murphy Oil, R-Case Rules and micro units.