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Commercial tenants will soon be able to apply for a $10,000 grant through the New Jersey Redevelopment Authority’s Small Business Lease – Emergency Assistance Grant
To Our School Board Community: We have been trying to anticipate and quickly respond to your questions during this time, given the unprecedented challenges presented
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,
Yesterday the CDC issued updated Guidance on Preparing K-12 School Administrators for a Safe Return to School in Fall 2020. The CDC notes the “unique
July 7, 2020 Michael Salad Most people are aware that a person executing a will (a “testator”) must be of sound mind. Testators should not
Join Cooper Levenson Attorneys Alexandra Rigden and Cynthia Grob from the Family Law team as they talk with Cooper Levenson CEO Lloyd Levenson.