Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates and his wife, Melinda, have decided they need a hard reboot. They are shutting down and restarting their lives separately. According to news reports, the Gateses do not have a prenuptial agreement which means a $130 billion dollar fortune may Shift. So, while this divorce could have been as simple as […]

Anthony M. Imbesi Joins Cooper Levenson

Cooper Levenson welcomes Anthony M. Imbesi,  an attorney based in the firm’s Cherry Hill office, to the firm. Imbesi joins  the Defense Litigation practice group. He will concentrate his practice in the area of medical malpractice. “We are very pleased to welcome Anthony to the Cooper Levenson team. His background and experience will make him […]

Q&As with Louis Niedelman regarding Motor Vehicle Insurance in New Jersey

“If you have a registered vehicle on the road in New Jersey, must you have motor vehicle insurance?” Yes. New Jersey requires that all registered motor vehicles using the highways of this state must have insurance through a Standard policy. There is a less expensive policy called a Basic policy that has limited protections so […]

New Jersey Federal Trial Courts Rule in Favor of Insurers for Covid-19 Claims

In a trilogy of recent Federal Court trial decisions, three separate cases upheld the insurer’s “virus exclusion”  barring coverage for losses “caused directly or indirectly by the presence, growth, proliferation, spread…of any virus.”  While the Third Circuit has not reached a decision on these issues, Federal Trial Courts adjudicating summary judgment motions in favor of […]

Brittany Bonetti Authors Chapter on Cannabis Use in Healthcare

Brittany Bonetti

Atlantic City, N.J. — Brittany A. Bonetti, an attorney at Cooper Levenson, is the author of a chapter in Health Care and the Business of Cannabis, a practical guide to be published by the American Health Law Association. The book addresses the legal haze surrounding the business of cannabis within the traditional health care industry. Bonetti authored […]