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COVID- 19:How Will my Business Survive?
Join the Honorable Timothy Dougherty, Mayor of Morristown, Counsel Keith Krauss, and Associate Young-Ji Park of Genova Burns as they discuss the availability of funding programs from the NJEDA to assist your business.
Hudson Yards Decision Boosts Non-Union Construction
In a positive development for non-union contractors, a federal judge has reaffirmed the traditional defenses available to employers that face claims they are running unlawful double-breasted operations.
COVID-19: SBA Paycheck Protection Program
The Interim Final Rule (the “Rule”) pertaining to applications for the Paycheck Protection Program was released this evening, April 2, 2020.
COVID-19 Update: New Jersey ELEC Issues Grace Period for Form BE Annual Pay-to-Play Disclosure Filing Deadline
New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission has announced a grace period for Form BE Annual Pay-to-Play Disclosure.
COVID-19 FINANCIAL RELIEF: CARES Signed into law
The anxiously awaited CARES Act was approved by Congress and signed by the President on Friday March 27. The Act is a complicated 854 pages long, with many ambiguities and gaps which will need clarification in the coming days as the responsible agencies issue regulations, guidelines and interpretations.
COVID-19 : A Synopsis of New Economic Development Authority Guidelines
The COVID-19 global health pandemic is proving to have long-reaching economic effects. The New Jersey Economic Development Authority has introduced a multitude of programs to provide aid to New Jersey businesses. The programs are tailored to assist small and medium sized businesses in a variety of situations. Genova Burns has compiled the most recent offerings from the state to keep New Jersey working.
COVID-19: No Evictions During Emergency
In light of the impacts from COVID-19 and the uncertainty related to its effect on business, we have seen the region quickly adjust to a new business reality. Both private industry and government have signaled they will work quickly to mitigate against the impact of slowdown in the wake of these changes. State, county and municipal governments have taken a number of measures to protect their residents.
New York State Courts: Update on COVID-19 Impact
The State of New York has issued multiple Executive Orders and Administrative Orders impacting the operations of state courts during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Wealth Transfer Planning in the Face of the Novel Coronavirus COVID-19
The combination of a drop in market values, lowered interest rates and a high estate tax exemption have made a number of estate tax planning techniques particularly advantageous during this challenging time. Genova Burns remains committed to finding opportunities to add value to our clients.
New Jersey Employers Prohibited from Terminating Employees for Time Off in Connection with COVID-19
On March 20, 2020, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy signed Assembly Bill No. A3848 prohibiting employers from terminating, demoting or otherwise penalizing an employee for requesting or taking time off from work in connection with an infectious disease during the Public Health Emergency and State of Emergency declared in Governor Murphy’s Executive Order 103.
Calling all New Jersey Government Contractors: The March 30th Electronic Filing Deadline for the ELEC Business Entity Annual Disclosure Remains in Effect
While we recognize that most companies are focused on doing all they can right now to make sure their workforce remains healthy and their companies continue to provide services to their clients, ELEC remains open and the March 30th electronic filing deadline has not changed! Read below to determine whether your company needs to file and know that we are here to help!
COVID-19 Crisis Assistance: Is your business eligible?
While we wait for Congress to pass further legislation to aid businesses in light of the COVID-19 crisis, there is currently a US small Business Administration (“SBA”) program in place which may provide relief.
Contract Liability in the Wake of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)
The worldwide spread of COVID-19 has presented real-world complications to people and businesses with ongoing obligations that are becoming increasingly difficult to meet in the face of quarantines, travel restrictions and the like. Because our firm’s litigators and transactional attorneys have been receiving so many inquiries lately about legal issues and potential defenses which may apply to current and future commercial contracts, the following are key issues to bear in mind.
Calling All New Jersey Government Contractors:
New Jersey’s Pay-to-Play Annual Disclosure filing deadline is less than one month away. New Jersey law requires each business entity that received payments of $50,000 or more (in the aggregate) as a result of New Jersey government contracts during the 2019 calendar year to electronically file a Business Entity Annual Statement (“Form BE”) with the New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission (“ELEC”) no later than Monday, March 30, 2020.
Proposed Amendments To The NJLAD Will Change The Management Of Harassment, Discrimination And Retaliation Claims In The Workplace
New Jersey’s Division on Civil Rights (DCR) issued Findings and Recommendations on Preventing and Eliminating Sexual Harassment in New Jersey (the Recommendations) in February 2020. Governor Phil Murphy released proposed legislation aimed at strengthening New Jersey's Law Against Discrimination around the same time.
Avi D. Kelin, Esq. Joins the State’s Advanced Autonomous Vehicle Task Force
Avi D. Kelin, Esq., an Associate with Genova Burns LLC, one of the top law firms serving New Jersey and the greater northeast, was nominated to the New Jersey Advanced Autonomous Vehicle Task Force by New Jersey Assembly Speaker Craig Coughlin as part of the Assembly’s legislative session in mid-December.
Genova Burns to be Honored at Art House Productions’ Snow Ball Gala
Genova Burns is humbled to announce that the firm will be honored at Art House Productions’ Snow Ball Gala on Saturday, January 25th
#4 Genova Burns’ 30th Anniversary Countdown of the Most Influential Cases, Events and Laws
As Genova Burns celebrates its 30th anniversary serving the legal needs of clients throughout New Jersey and across the Northeast, we will be counting down the top 30 legal cases, events and laws that have left a significant impact on society, business, politics, and lifestyle here in the Garden State. #4 is New Jersey's $15 Minimum Wage Law
#5 Genova Burns’ 30th Anniversary Countdown of the Most Influential Cases, Events and Laws
As Genova Burns celebrates its 30th anniversary serving the legal needs of clients throughout New Jersey and across the Northeast, we will be counting down the top 30 legal cases, events and laws that have left a significant impact on society, business, politics, and lifestyle here in the Garden State. #5 is the Garden State Equality v. Dow & New Jersey Marriage Equity of August 2013
#6 Genova Burns’ 30th Anniversary Countdown of the Most Influential Cases, Events and Laws
As Genova Burns celebrates its 30th anniversary serving the legal needs of clients throughout New Jersey and across the Northeast, we will be counting down the top 30 legal cases, events and laws that have left a significant impact on society, business, politics, and lifestyle here in the Garden State. #6 is the Affordable Care Act (ACA).