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Jennifer Mazawey Presented "Hot Topics in Land Use Law" Program at the 2022 NJSBA Convention
Firm Partner and Land Use Law specialist Jennifer Mazawey, Esq. took part in the "Hot Topics in Land Use Law" program at the 2022 New Jersey State Bar Association's Annual Convention on May 18th.
Vaccination or (Possibly) Termination: Appellate Division Affirms NJ Executive Order 283
The Appellate Division upholds Governor Murphy’s Executive Order 283, one of the most recent COVID-19 mandates requiring full vaccination (without the alternative option for testing) for covered workers in healthcare and high-risk congregate facilities.
High Court Blocks OSHA Vaccine or Test Mandate
Yesterday, the U.S. Supreme Court blocked the implementation of OSHA’s Emergency Temporary Standards (“OSHA ETS”) that had applied to all private employers with 100 or more employees. OSHA’s standards had required these employers to issue a written policy requiring their employees be fully vaccinated or undergo weekly testing. Several business groups and states challenged the OSHA ETS.
Jennifer Mazawey Offers Insight on What May Come for New Jersey's Commercial Real Estate Industry in 2022 in Recent ROI-NJ Article
Genova Burns Partner Jennifer Mazawey, Esq. gives readers some legal insight into real estate predictions for New Jersey in 2022 in a recent ROI-NJ article.
New York City Requires Vaccination of Private Sector Employees
On December 13, 2021, the NYC Department of Health issued an Order mandating all NYC private employers to require workers to be vaccinated for COVID-19.
Matthew Kertz Interviewed for NJBIZ Article Discussing Potential Effects Expiration of COVID-related Restrictions Could Cause for Landlords
Genova Burns Counsel Matthew Kertz, Esq. was recently interviewed for NJBIZ article "Back to business as usual? Some COVID-related restrictions are expiring, but the pressure is still on landlords."
Federal Government Issues Regulations Regarding Vaccine Mandates for Private Employers
Recently, we published a blog post describing the numerous state and federal vaccine mandates that have been announced. We noted that we were awaiting Emergency Temporary Standards from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (“OSHA”) and revised regulations from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (“CMS”) regarding further vaccine mandates. OSHA and CMS released these regulations on November 4, 2021. Given the broad reach of these new requirements, employers must quickly assess the impact of the requirements on their workforces and, if necessary, implement policy changes.
Katherine Stuart and Daniel Pierre to Present at Rutgers Business School's Annual Human Resources Legal Workshop
Associates Katherine E. Stuart, Esq. and Daniel Pierre, Esq. will present at Rutgers Business School's Annual Human Resources Legal Workshop on Friday, November 5th.
Governor Murphy Requires Vaccination or Testing for All State Contractors
On October 20, 2021, Governor Murphy signed Executive Order 271, which requires that New Jersey state contractors mandate vaccination or weekly COVID-19 testing for all their employees. This follows several other vaccine mandates that have been imposed by the State of New Jersey and the federal government. As these mandates go into effect, public and private employers need to be aware of their obligations under state and federal law to vaccinate and/or test their employees for COVID-19.
NY HERO Act COVID-19 Designation Activates Employer Prevention Plans
On September 6, 2021, New York State Governor Kathy Hochul announced that the New York State Commissioner of Health has designated COVID-19 a highly contagious communicable disease that presents a serious risk of harm to the public health under the New York Health and Essential Rights Act (HERO Act), thus requiring all employers to implement workplace safety plans to prevent workplace airborne infectious disease outbreaks.
Paycheck Protection Program - Necessity Questionnaire
The Small Business Administration ("SBA") has announced, that it has discontinued use of the Loan Necessity Questionnaire, in regards to the PPP program, citing delays caused by loan necessity reviews.
Daniel Stolz Featured in Real Estate NJ Article "Retail Leaders See a Clearer Path to Recovery, Despite Continued Uncertainty"
Firm Partner and Bankruptcy, Reorganization & Creditors' Rights Practice Chair Daniel M. Stolz, Esq. was featured in a recent Real Estate NJ article, "Retail Leaders See a Clearer Path to Recovery, Despite Continued Uncertainty."
Matthew Kertz Featured in ROI-NJ Article "After State of Emergency: Attention Likely to Turn to Moratorium on Evictions and Utility Shutoffs"
Firm Counsel and Chair of the Commercial Residential Real Estate Leasing Practice, Matthew Kertz, comments featured in ROI-NJ article "After state of emergency: Attention likely to turn to moratorium on evictions and utility shutoffs".
Jennifer Roselle to Present "COVID-19: Returning to the Office" Virtual Event for Hudson County Chamber of Commerce
Firm Counsel Jennifer Roselle will present a virtual event entitled "COVID-19: Returning to the Office" for the Hudson County Chamber of Commerce on May 19th.
Young-Ji to Participate as Panelist for "COVID Federal Relief for Business: PPP and EIDL Loans, SVOG & ERC" Webcast
Firm Counsel Young-Ji Park will serve on "COVID Federal Relief for Business: PPP and EIDL Loans, SVOG & ERC" webcast panel for Smolin Webinar Series on April 27th.
The Biden Administration’s Health Insurance Priorities
The Biden Administration wasted no time in implementing some of the new President’s campaign promises relating to health insurance and the Affordable Care Act (“ACA”).
President Biden Signs the “COVID-19 Bankruptcy Relief Extension Act”
On March 27, 2021, President Biden signed the “COVID-19 Bankruptcy Relief Extension Act”. The Legislation will extend personal and small business bankruptcy relief provisions that were part of last year’s CARES Act through March 27, 2022.
Judson M. Stein to Moderate "Will Drafting Fundamentals for the COVID Crisis and After" Webcast
Firm Partner and Trusts, Estates & Wealth Management Practice Chair Judson M. Stein, Esq. will participate in a continuing education seminar for attorneys entitled "Will Drafting Fundamentals for the COVID Crisis and After" webcast on February 23. The program, which is held by the NJ Institute for Continuing Legal Education has invited Mr. Stein to moderate the webcast as well as focus on a summary of Federal and New Jersey Death Taxes.