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Leadership Newark Breakfast for Developers
Leadership Newark's Chief Executive Officer and Board of Trustee member, Celia King, cordially invites you to attend a breakfast to introduce Newark developers to Leadership Newark, on Tuesday, June 14th at the office of Genova Burns LLC, 494 Broad Street, FL. 6, Newark. This exciting event will include members of the development community in Newark.
City of Newark Poised to Pass Amended Inclusionary Zoning Ordinance
On March 8, 2022, Mayor Ras J. Baraka introduced amendments to the City of Newark’s Inclusionary Zoning Ordinance (“IZO”) that may have far reaching impact on residential development in the City. The proposed amendments passed through the City Council on first reading, and are now referred to the Planning Board for review. Following Planning Board review, the amendments are expected to be adopted by the Council in the coming months.
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.
Genova Burns Bolsters Core Practice Groups with Four New Additions
Genova Burns LLC, a premiere law firm with offices around the Tri-State area, begins the fourth quarter by bringing on four new associates to bolster their core practice areas. Chairman & Managing Partner Angelo J. Genova, Esq., enjoys cultivating and grooming new talent. While lawyering is his true passion, Genova prides himself on the success of his Associates and his Firm. “Watching our Associates grow as lawyers under our roof is an incredibly rewarding experience,” says Genova. “Their successes becoming our successes.”
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.
Genova Burns LLC Announces Partner Promotion and Expansion
Genova Burns LLC, one of New Jersey’s premier law firms, announced the promotion of two attorneys to Partner and the addition of four new associates. Jennifer Roselle, Esq. and Lawrence Bluestone, Esq. have been elevated from Counsel to Partner at the well - known Newark - based Firm.
Update from our Bankruptcy Law Department
The COVID pandemic has had far reaching impacts in the New Jersey judicial system. For almost a year, commercial and residential foreclosures and evictions essentially came to a halt.
Paycheck Protection Program: More Clarifying Rules, Second Draws and a New Application Form
On January 6, 2021, the SBA and the Treasury Department released interim final rules for the Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”) Second Draw Program, which was created as part of the stimulus bill enacted into law on December 27, 2020, namely the Economic Aid to Hard-Hit Small Businesses, Nonprofits, and Venues Act (the “Act”).
Stimulus – Implications for Recipients of PPP and EIDL Advances
Late Monday evening, Congress passed a $900 billion stimulus bill that, among other things, includes some continuation of relief (albeit on a modified basis) for individuals and businesses impacted by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, adds additional categories of allowable expenses under the Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”), and tackles the prior determination of the Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”) that precluded recipients of PPP loans from taking deductions for expenses that were paid for with PPP loans and results in forgiveness.
Employers Should Use Caution Before Changing Their COVID-19 Policies Despite New CDC 7-Day and 10-Day Quarantine Options
On December 2, 2020, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (“CDC”) issued new guidance, which provides that in certain circumstances, individuals who were potentially exposed to COVID-19 by being in close contact with an individual that tested positive for the virus (“Close Contact”), can take steps to reduce the length of a standard 14-day quarantine period.
A Forklift Operator Walks into a Bar
On August 7, 2020, the New Jersey Appellate Division upheld the trial court’s dismissal of a negligence action filed by a leased warehouse worker against his employer for injuries sustained while on duty.
Genova Burns Expands Bankruptcy & Restructuring Practice
Genova Burns LLC is poised to expand by integrating the Bankruptcy law boutique Wasserman, Jurista & Stolz into the firm effective on January 1, 2021
New Jersey Enacts New COVID-19 Workplace Safety Protocols
Effective 6:00 am on Thursday, November 5, 2020, pursuant to Governor Phil Murphy’s October 28, 2020 Executive Order 192 (“EO 192” and “Order”), every New Jersey business which operates with employees and customers physical present at the worksite, will be required to comply with the State’s new COVID-19 workplace safety protocols.
Lessons from Princeton’s $1 Million Settlement of Gender-Based Pay Discrimination Allegations
Princeton University recently agreed to pay nearly $1 million in cumulative back wages to 106 female professors who The U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) found to be victims of gender-based pay discrimination.
High Stakes: How Will the Legalization of Recreational Marijuana in New Jersey Affect the Workplace?
During this upcoming election, New Jersey residents will have an opportunity to vote on amending the New Jersey state constitution to legalize the recreational use of cannabis for adults 21 years and older. While many are excited and hopeful for the referendum to pass next month, some employers are rightfully concerned with how this change will affect the workplace.
Paycheck Protection Program Update: Where do you Stand?
The SBA, in consultation with the Treasury, released a new interim final rule, to simplify loan forgiveness for certain borrowers of Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”) loans. Specifically, the SBA has issued a rule that provides for a de minimis exemption from the full-time equivalent employee reduction penalty and the employee salary and wage reduction penalty for loans of $50,000 or less
Jennifer Roselle to Present at Government Finance Officers Association of New Jersey Annual Conference
Counsel Jennifer Roselle will be presenting during the Government Finance Officers Association of New Jersey’s Fall 2020 Conference.
USDOL Approves Use of Electronic Disclosures by Retirement Plan Administrators
On May 21, 2020 the U.S. Department of Labor (“DOL”) issued a new rule creating a voluntary safe harbor for retirement plan administrators who prefer to provide ERISA-mandated retirement plan information and disclosures to participants and beneficiaries electronically, as the default method (“Electronic Disclosure Rule”).
EMPLOYEES COVID-19 RELATED COMPLAINTS IN NEW JERSEY
The pandemic brought pandemonium to many New Jersey workplaces. With the second largest outbreak in the country only behind New York, and being the most densely populated state in the country, New Jersey was hit particularly hard by the pandemic giving rise to a number of employee suits.