11.01.2022New York City Salary Transparency Law Effective November 1, 2022As of November 1, 2022, employers advertising a “job, promotion or transfer opportunity” in the 5 Boroughs of New York City must state the minimum and maximum salary for the position contained in the job posting or advertisement. This law applies to all jobs that will be or can be performed, at least in part, in New York City.
09.21.2022Who Can Make Political Contributions in New Jersey?Now that Labor Day is in the rearview mirror, we are only two months out from important federal and state elections here in New Jersey. In this period will come a rush of dinners, cocktail parties, and breakfasts, all with the goal of raising funds for the homestretch of the election. Before you or your business attend one of these fundraisers, it is important to understand which people and entities are legally permitted to make political contributions, and which are not.
01.15.2021Genova Burns LLC Launches New "Compliance Corner" Column in Insider NJ Genova Burns LLC is excited to announce that the firm is launching a new initiative entitled the "Compliance Corner" in Insider NJ. In this new column, Genova Burns attorneys will be providing regular insights on government-contracting, political-activity, and pay-to-play compliance to readers. We will be addressing popular topics, answering questions, and providing compliance tips.
01.16.2020Governor Murphy, in State of the State Address, Focuses on Ethics and Pay-to-Play ReformIn Governor Murphy’s January 14, 2020 State of the State address, the first-term governor promised to propose, in the coming weeks, reforms to the State’s ethics laws, financial disclosures, and pay-to-play laws. The Governor highlighted that it has been more than a decade since the Executive and Legislative branches “undertook comprehensive ethics reform.”