NJ Justices Pump Brakes on County Worker’s Retaliation Trial

See this Law360 article about a May 12, 2021 New Jersey Supreme Court decision in the matter of Allen v. Cape May County involving claims brought under New Jersey’s Conscientious Employee Protection Act. Allen v Cape May County – New Jersey Supreme Court Opinion May 12 2021 A-49-19 083295    

Widener Law Career Panel to Feature Jennifer B. Barr of Cooper Levenson

Atlantic City, N.J.- Jennifer B. Barr of Cooper Levenson, Attorneys at Law, will be a featured presenter at a career panel for Widener University Delaware Law School on Tuesday, March 9, 2021 from 5:15 p.m. to 6 p.m. The panel is part of an ongoing series by the Career Development Office and the Student Bar Association […]

Atlantic City Now Permits Drinking on Boardwalk and Other Designated Areas

Starting Friday, June 12, pursuant to Mayor Marty Small’s Executive Order No. 3, Atlantic City will permit residents and tourists to walk in designated Open Container Zones, including the Boardwalk, and consume take-out alcoholic beverages. The Open Container Zones are: The Boardwalk between Sovereign Avenue and Rhode Island Avenue; Non-residential areas of Gardner’s Basin; The […]

Saving on Insurance Premiums during COVID-19 Pandemic

Amid the coronavirus pandemic, many drivers have received refunds from their automobile insurers because they have spent less time on the road. Many small businesses might be surprised to find they are entitled to receive refunds on insurance premiums paid before and during the COVID-19 outbreak for other lines of insurance. Insurance policy premiums are […]

NJ-EDA Grants for Small Business – Phase Two

The New Jersey Economic Development Authority has replenished funding for the Small Business Emergency Assistance Grant Program.  Phase Two of the Grant Program now has $50 million in additional funds for grants for small businesses.  Applications go live June 9, 2020 at 9:00 a.m.  APPLY EARLY. Phase Two is open to a broader range of […]

Governor Murphy Signs Law Allowing Remote Notarization

Authored by: Jennifer B. Barr, Esq. On April 14, 2020, Governor Murphy signed A-3903/S-2336 authorizing remote notarization.  This law is effective immediately and will continue throughout the Public Health Emergency and State of Emergency declared by Governor Murphy in Executive Order 103. During this emergency period, a notary public or authorized officer  may perform notarial […]