ADA Amendments Act Means Changes for Employees, Employers

Author: Dena B. Calo

Publication: HR Specialist

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Associate Dena B. Calo discusses a broader disability definition as the result of new ADA legislation passed earlier this fall that changes the way employers will manage disabled employees, in her article, “ADA Amendments Act means changes for employees, employers” in the December 2008 issue of HR Specialist.

State Pay-to-Play Reform Reaches Redevelopers

Author: Rebecca Moll Freed

Publication: NAIOP Government Affairs Digest

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Counsel, Rebecca Moll Freed, discusses the extension of New Jersey state pay-to-play restrictions to redevelopers in her article, “State Pay-to-Play Reform Reaches Redevelopers,” which is featured on Page 5 of the November 14, 2008 issue of the NAIOP Government Affairs Digest.  Ms. Freed’s article provides an overview of the manner in which Governor Corzine’s Executive Order 118 impacts redevelopers wishing to contract with the State of New Jersey on or after November 15, 2008.

Overtime Pay and the Fair Labor Standards Act

Author: Brian W. Kronick

Publication: New Jersey Municipalities

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Partner Brian W. Kronick discusses compliance of the Fair Labor Standards Act in his article, “Overtime Pay and the Fair Labor Standards Act” in the October 2008 issue of New Jersey Municipalities magazine.

This article was reprinted with permission from the New Jersey State League of Municipalities.

New Pay-to-Play Restrictions On The Way

Author: Jisha V. Dymond

Publication: HR Specialist

Yesterday, Governor Jon Corzine signed four executive orders.  Click here for Genova Burns & Vernoia’s thumbnail summary of the new contribution restrictions in relation to New Jersey State procurement contracts and redevelopment agreements (Executive Orders 117 and 118).  The new restrictions will apply to contributions made on and after November 15, 2008.

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What Every Lawyer Should Know About ELEC

Author: Gregory E. Nagy

Publication: New Jersey Lawyer the Magazine

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Of Counsel Gregory E. Nagy discusses the New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission (ELEC) in his article “What Every Lawyer Should Know About ELEC” in the August 2008 issue of New Jersey Lawyer the Magazine.

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