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"The Promise and Peril of Corporate Political Activity Compliance" Presented by Avi Kelin Available Now Live Online
Firm Counsel Avi D. Kelin, Esq. recently presented a course entitled "The Promise and Peril of Corporate Political Activity Compliance" for Quimbee that is now available to view live online.
Eugene Paolino to Moderate Multifamily Panel at The Jersey City Summit for Real Estate Investment
Firm Partner Eugene T. Paolino, Esq. will Moderate the Multifamily Panel of an expert group of strong, varied and deeply experienced developers and investors at the 2022 Jersey City Summit for Real Estate Investment.
Harris Freier Provides Input in New Jersey Law Journal Article "Fat Suit: Proposed Law Would Allow Weight-Discrimination Lawsuits"
Firm Partner Harris S. Freier, Esq. was recently interviewed by New Jersey Law Journal for their recent article entitled "Fat Suit: Proposed Law Would Allow Weight-Discrimination Lawsuits" which focuses recent measures introduced in New Jersey Legislature that would amend Law Against Discrimination to bar discrimination based on weight or height.
Genova Burns Secures Victory for Client - District Court in Connecticut Compels Arbitration in Lawsuit Against Solar Company
In a recent decision in the U.S. District Court for the District of Connecticut, Genova Burns LLC secured a victory for client Venture Home Solar, LLC (Venture Home). Three plaintiffs in the case sued alleging violations of Connecticut’s consumer protection laws in connection with Venture Home’s installation of solar panel systems in residential homes. Two of the plaintiffs contracted with different companies, Sunnova Energy Corporation (Sunnova) and Sun Power Capital LLC (Sun Power) for their solar panels, but their contracts provided that Venture Home would be the “Subcontractor/Installer” or “Dealer/Installer” of their solar panel systems. The Sunnova and Sun Power contracts contained provisions requiring that the plaintiffs arbitrate their disputes on an individual basis. Trying to avoid arbitration, the plaintiffs sued Venture Home in Court.
It’s Settled . . . Or Is It? NJ Appellate Division Rules The NJLAD Does Not Prohibit Non-Disparagement Clauses in Settlement Agreements
On May 31, 2022, in Savage v. Township of Neptune, the New Jersey Appellate Division partially upheld, and partially overturned, a trial court’s enforcement of a private settlement agreement, holding that although the settlement agreement’s non-disparagement clause was enforceable and not violative of the statutory prohibition against enforcing non-disclosure provisions in harassment/discrimination/retaliation cases, the employee’s allegedly disparaging statements did not actually violate the non-disparagement clause as written.
Jennifer Roselle to Present "Diversity in the Workplace" Seminar for NJSLOM 2022 Mini Conference
Firm Partner Jennifer Roselle, Esq. will present a program entitled, "Diversity in the Workplace" at this year's New Jersey State League of Municipalities Mini Conference on Wednesday, June 15th.
Genova Burns Bankruptcy Law Specialist Scott Rever Argues Winning Position on Major Precedential Decision
Genova Burns and Counsel Scott S. Rever, Esq., a specialist in the firm’s bankruptcy law practice, are pleased to confirm a recent win for our client. In this matter, a Debtor argued in his bankruptcy case that he could keep his interest in his home he owned with his wife that had 1 million dollars of equity and thumb his nose at his creditors. The court adopted our firm’s argument that the debtor’s interest in the property was not exempt, the Debtor could not retain his interest in the home, and the home was subject to being sold so the equity could be used to pay his creditors.
Matthew Baker Pens ROI-NJ Article "The impact of NIL: What we’ve seen — and what to look for"
Genova Burns Counsel Matthew I.W. Baker, Esq. recently penned an article for ROI-NJ entitled, "The impact of NIL: What we’ve seen — and what to look for".
Is There a Problem Officer?: NJ Appellate Division Affirms Dismissal of Retired Police Officer’s Disability Lawsuit
On May 23, 2022, the New Jersey Appellate Division upheld a trial court’s dismissal of failure to promote, hostile work environment, and retaliation claims brought by a retired New Jersey State Police Trooper. In Stonnell v. State of New Jersey, the Appellate Division affirmed the trial court’s dismissal of the trooper’s New Jersey Law Against Discrimination (NJLAD) claims, finding that he failed to set forth facts sufficient to establish that the New Jersey State Police violated the law with respect to his employment.
Digital Walls Surrounding Speech on Social Media Crumble: NJ Appellate Division Upholds Employee Termination for Racist Facebook Posts
On May 20, 2022, in McVey v AtlantiCare Medical System, the New Jersey Appellate Division Panel affirmed the dismissal of an employee’s case holding that her termination was not in violation of the protections afforded to speech. After losing her job for posting racist comments on social media, Plaintiff, Heather J. McVey, learned that freedom of speech, like all rights, is not absolute.
Jennifer Roselle Featured in ROI-NJ Article "Why New Jersey is still eager to bring crypto market to state — even after the crash"
Genova Burns Partner Jennifer Roselle, Esq. discusses whether or not employees can be paid in crypto as it relates to the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) in recent ROI-NJ article: "Why NJ is still eager to bring crypto market to state — even after the crash"
Nicole McCann Named to South Jersey Biz Magazine's 20 Under 40 Listing for 2022
Genova Burns is pleased to announce that Associate Nicole L. McCann, Esq. has been named to South Jersey Biz Magazine's 20 Under 40 listing for 2022.
Kathleen Barnett Einhorn Presented "Tales from the Bench and Bar and Lessons Learned" Program at the 2022 NJSBA Annual Convention
Firm Partner and complex commercial litigation law specialist Kathleen Barnett Einhorn, Esq. took part in a program entitled, "Tales from the Bench and Bar and Lessons Learned" at this year's New Jersey State Bar Association's Annual Convention on May 18th.
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.
Dina Mastellone and Jennifer Roselle to Present "Clearing The Haze: Maintaining A Drug Free Workforce" Webinar for NJ CAR
Firm Partners Dina M. Mastellone, Esq. and Jennifer Roselle, Esq. will present a webinar entitled, "Clearing The Haze: Maintaining A Drug Free Workforce" for the New Jersey Coalition of Automotive Retailers (NJCAR) on June 8th.
New Jersey Supreme Court Confirms Improvement Authorities Must Engage in Competitive Bidding Process to Solicit Redeveloper
In a decision on April 28, 2022, in Dobco, Inc. v. Bergen County Improvement Authority, the New Jersey Supreme Court affirmed an injunction requiring the Bergen County Improvement Authority (BCIA) to use a public bidding process to select a redeveloper for to rehabilitate the Bergen County Courthouse.
Daniel Stolz to Present on The Texas Two-Step & Its Impact on Mass Tort Litigation at NJICLE Program
Daniel M. Stolz, Esq., firm Partner and Bankruptcy, Reorganization & Creditors' Rights specialist, will participate as a panelist at the upcoming New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education's Multicounty Litigation - Mass Tort 2022 program.
New York’s New Electronic Monitoring Law Effective May 7, 2022
As we previously notified our readers, it’s a new dawn of electronic monitoring in New York. Effective May 7, 2022, employers engaging in electronic monitoring must provide detailed notice to their employees. Notice will be required if the employer wishes to digitally monitor or otherwise intercept phone conversations, text messages, e-mails and internet usage of employees.
Daniel Stolz to Discuss Important Bankruptcy Case Law Updates at Honorable William H. Gindin Bench Bar Conference
Daniel M. Stolz, Esq., lead Partner of the firm's Bankruptcy, Reorganization & Creditors' Rights Practice Group, will participate as a panelist at the 2022 Honorable William H. Gindin Bench Bar Conference hosted by the Association of the Federal Bar of New Jersey on May 6th.
Jennifer Roselle to Present Human Resources Legal Update Virtual Event for the Commerce and Industry Association of New Jersey
Partner Jennifer Roselle, Esq. will present a "Human Resources Legal Update" virtual event for the Commerce and Industry Association of New Jersey on May 4th.