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Harris Freier Featured In New Jersey Law Journal Article "How Has New Jersey's Judge Shortage Impacted Defense Lawyers? It's Complicated"
Genova Burns Partner Harris S. Freier, Esq. was recently interviewed by New Jersey Law Journal for their article "How Has New Jersey's Judge Shortage Impacted Defense Lawyers? It's Complicated".
Charles Messina and Harrison Clewell Named To Insider NJ's 2022: Insider 100: Millennials
Genova Burns LLC is proud to announce Charles J. Messina, Esq. and Harrison C. Clewell, Esq. have both been named to Insider NJ's 2022 Insider 100: Millennials publication.
Genova Burns Sees Six Attorneys Named To "Essex County's Top Lawyers" 2022 Listing By Morris | Essex Health & Life Magazine
Genova Burns is pleased to announce that six of some of the firm's best and brightest have been named to the "Essex County's Top Lawyers" listing for 2022 by Morris | Essex Health & Life Magazine.
Lauren Gershuny Authors "Government Departments Issue Notice of Proposed Rule Making Regarding Air Ambulance Services, Agent and Broker Disclosures, and Provider Enforcement" in PIMA Insights Magazine
Genova Burns Counsel Lauren W. Gershuny, Esq. recently authored an article published in PIMA Insights Magazine entitled, "Government Departments Issue Notice of Proposed Rule Making Regarding Air Ambulance Services, Agent and Broker Disclosures, and Provider Enforcement".
William Megna to Moderate Panel for Self Insurance Institute of America "Self-Insured MEWAs – A Marketplace Update" Webinar
Genova Burns Partner and Insurance Law Practice Co-Chair William F. Megna, Esq. will moderate a panel entitled, "Self-Insured MEWAs – A Marketplace Update" for the Self Insurance Institute of America's Hot Topic webinar series on August 23rd.
Jennifer Roselle to Present on Equal Pay and Joseph Hanon and Rebecca Moll Freed to Present on Municipal Insurance Brokerage & Procurement at NJLM Mini-Conference
Genova Burns attorneys Jennifer Roselle, Rebecca Moll Freed and Joseph M. Hannon will speak at the New Jersey State League of Municipalities Online Mini-Conference, which takes place June 15 - 17.
New Disclosure Requirements Service Brokers and Consultants of Group Health Plans
Buried in the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021 (the “Act”), which is most known for its $2.3 trillion spending bill that combines $900 billion in stimulus relief for the COVID-19 pandemic, are important new rules requiring group health plan service brokers and consultants to disclose compensation that they receive in connection with services related to these plans.
Hudson Insurance Federation Formed by Industry Executives
On March 29, the Hudson Insurance Federation of New Jersey, Inc., (HIF) www.hifnj.org, formally announced its establishment as the newest New Jersey-based trade association. HIF consists of members across all segments of the insurance industry including property-casualty, life-health, brokers and agents, regulators, and compliance professionals.
William Megna Becomes Firm Partner
Genova Burns LLC is pleased to announce that William F. Megna has become a partner in the firm. Mr. Megna, an insurance law expert, has been Of Counsel with Genova Burns since 2015 and will continue in his role as co-chair of the Genova Burns Insurance Law Practice Group.
New York Home Health Care Agencies Beat Aides’ Lawsuit Over Use of a Captive To Meet Wage Parity Law
When New York adopted a wage parity law setting minimum wage and benefit levels for home care workers, innovative home health care agency companies created a captive plan structure to meet the benefits requirements. Although aides may feel that they are being cheated under such a captive plan, a recent court decision severely limits aides’ ability to contest the utilization of a captive structure.
How to Comply with ERISA’s Prohibited Transactions Requirements For Group Benefit Plans
The Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (“ERISA”), the principal federal law which regulates the benefit plans marketed to employers in this country, imposes specific requirements on most employer-sponsored “welfare benefit plans” (defined to include such things as life insurance, medical benefits and disability benefits). Most employer sponsored health plans, are then, subject to ERISA and its Prohibited Transaction Exemption (“PTE”) rules.
Charles Messina Comments on Landmark Cannabis Policy Change in NJ Spotlight News: “Legal Weed May Help NJ’s Budget, But it Will Take Time.”
Firm Partner and Cannabis Law Practice Co-Chair Charles J. Messina, Esq. was quoted in today’s NJ Spotlight News article, “Legal Weed May Help NJ’s Budget, But it Will Take Time.”
The High Risk of Insuring Cannabis
As the billion-dollar cannabis industry continues to develop in the tri-state region and elsewhere, investors, cultivators, retailers and various ancillary businesses are realizing the heightened risks associated with their operations. Insurers and insureds alike, however, should be aware of the unique insurance challenges.
Restrictive Covenants For Insurance Producers: A Primer On Legal Enforceability
As States continue to diverge in their interpretation and enforcement of restrictive covenant agreements, it is now more important than ever to ensure those agreements are drafted to conform with jurisdiction-specific laws.
ACA Attacked By Left and Right; New Jersey’s Response
After the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, in a 2-1 decision last December, declared the Affordable Care Act’s (ACA’s) individual health insurance mandate unconstitutional as a result of Congress’ elimination of the mandate’s financial penalty in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 (“TCJA”) and sent the case back to the district court to decide the issue in Texas v. United States, numerous state attorneys general asked the U.S. Supreme Court to review the Fifth Circuit’s decision.
Recent Cases Highlight Insurance Marketing Risk
Recent high profile matters serve as a solemn reminder that marketing techniques in the insurance business are highly regulated and that the simple act of marketing an insurance product can be a risky and costly endeavor.
Lockton Affinity – NJDOBI Consent Order Highlights Affinity Marketing Risk
As set forth in our opening article, Affinity Brokerage relationship can present regulatory risk. On September 5, 2019, the State of New Jersey, Department of Banking and Insurance entered a Consent Order in the Matter of Proceedings by the Commissioner of Banking and Insurance, State of New Jersey, to fine Lockton Affinity, LLC, Reference No. 9026721.
AFFINITY INSURANCE BROKERAGE: A PRIMER ON COMPENSATION TO UNLICENSED PARTIES
Affinity insurance brokerage, a sales model whereby an insurance producer gains access to potential insureds through a sponsoring organization, typically an unlicensed entity, is nothing new.
New Jersey District Court Rules Insurance Agents Appropriately Classified as Independent Contractors
Charles Messina "Table Talk Leader" at New York Law School Event