Bankruptcies Rising Amid Continued Uncertainty—What You Can Do

We remain in uncertain times. While there is a growing sense of optimism fueled by promising signs on vaccines, treatments, and a new stimulus package, bolstered by the return of sports, many areas of the country are still badly affected by the pandemic.  There is reason to be hopeful, but none of these positive developments […]

Charitable Immunity and Security Guard Scope of Work Secure, Court Says

In a June 8, 2020 Superior Court of New Jersey decision, the Appellate Court affirmed a summary judgment motion based upon charitable immunity, as well as refused to extend the scope of a security officer’s obligations at the subject accident site.   In Witter v. Leaguers, Inc., the Plaintiff, Marlene Witter, appealed the summary judgment motion granted […]