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Trials and Litigation in the Era of COVID-19: Verdict via Zoom (IV): A Look at the First Fully Virtual Civil Jury Trials in New Jersey

By: Chad M. Moore, Amelia R. Lyte

BREAKING NEWS: Newly Signed Bill A4410, Permanently Establishes Community College Opportunity Grant Program (CCOG), Providing Free Attendance at County College in New Jersey For Qualifying Students

Child Custody & Parenting Time, Child Support, Collaborative Law, Family Law

By: Andrea C. Mackaronis

Trials and Litigation in the Era of COVID-19 (III) - Verdict via Zoom: A Look at the First Hybrid Civil Jury Trial in New Jersey

By: Chad M. Moore, Amelia R. Lyte

Valentine Beware

Family Law

By: Jessica N. Mazur

January is Child-Centered Divorce Month

Family Law

By: Jessica N. Mazur

Miranda Warnings in New Jersey – You Now Have a Right to Know Why You Have Been Arrested

By: Amelia R. Lyte, William G. McGuinn

New York Suspended in Person Jury Trials and New Jersey has Followed Suit

By: Amelia R. Lyte

Trials and Litigation in the Era of COVID-19 (II)

By: Joseph V. Leone, Amelia R. Lyte

Trials and Litigation in the Era of COVID-19

By: Joseph V. Leone, Amelia R. Lyte

The Ongoing Storm Rule and Homeowners

By: Joseph V. Leone, Amelia R. Lyte

Search Terms, Domain Names, and Ethical Legal Advertising

By: Amelia R. Lyte

COVID-19 Legislation Alters OPRA Deadlines in the Event of State and Local Emergencies

By: Malcolm I. McPherson

COVID-19 and Future Custody Determinations a Judicial Perspective

By: Jessica N. Mazur

Federal Judge Allows Plaintiffs’ Experts to Provide Limited Testimony During Talc Litigation Against Johnson & Johnson

By: Chad M. Moore, Amelia R. Lyte

Supreme Court Weighs Constitutionality of Non-Unanimous Jury Verdicts – what this could mean for future SCOTUS cases

By: William G. McGuinn, Amelia R. Lyte

New Jersey Governor Murphy Authorizes Remote Notarization During COVID-19 Health Emergency

Corporate Law & Transactions

By: Anthony C. Iacocca

Do Not Wait For The Snow To Stop To Clear Your Property If You Are A Commercial Landowner

General Liability, Premises Liability

By: Amelia R. Lyte, Joseph V. Leone

5 Things to Do if You Know Your Relationship is Over but You’re Stuck in COVID-19 Lockdown

Family Law

By: Jessica N. Mazur

HOAGLAND LONGO MORAN DUNST & DOUKAS, LLP – COVID-19 RESPONSE TEAM

By: Chad M. Moore, Amelia R. Lyte

Parenting Time and Pandemics: What You Need to Know

Family Law

By: Andrea C. Mackaronis

COVID-19 Update: 3/21/2020

By: Chad M. Moore, Amelia R. Lyte

A Message Regarding COVID-19

By: Chad M. Moore, Amelia R. Lyte

Restraining Orders, Volatile Relationships and Cyber Harassment: Why You Should Never Post Revealing Photos of Your Ex Online

Family Law

By: Jessica N. Mazur

When Affairs Blow Up: Reasons Why You Should Not Make a Sex Tape with Your Mistress

Family Law

By: Jessica N. Mazur

Court Says Commercial Landlord is Not Responsible for Snow and Ice Injuries on the Property

General Liability, Premises Liability

By: Joseph V. Leone

Appellate Division Provides First Analysis of the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act

Labor & Employment Law

By: Jack M. Middough

Uniform Domestic Violence Policy for Public Employers

Labor & Employment Law, Public Employers and Employees

By: Chad M. Moore, Amelia R. Lyte

You Snooze, You Lose: Man Forfeits Right to Six Cars By Failing to Comply with Deadlines

Family Law, Equitable Distribution of Assets and Liabilities

By: Chad M. Moore, Amelia R. Lyte

I’ve Been Ordered to Contribute to Our Child’s Out-of-Pocket College Costs—How Do I Maximize Their Financial Aid?

Family Law, Child Support

By: Brian McFadden-DiNicola

Retainage

Construction Law

By: Joseph A. Petrillo

I’m Interviewing Attorneys for My Divorce Case—What Questions Should I Ask?

Family Law

By: Brian McFadden-DiNicola

Automatic Expungement of Criminal Records in New Jersey: Will It Happen?

Criminal Defense

By: William G. McGuinn, Joseph V. Leone

Change Orders

Construction Law

By: Joseph A. Petrillo

Changes to New Jersey DWI Laws

Criminal Defense, DWI-DUI

By: William G. McGuinn, Joseph V. Leone

Registered Marks for Cannabis and Cannabis-Related Products

Cannabis Law

By: Chad M. Moore, Amelia R. Lyte

Back to School Tips for Divorced Parents

Family Law, Child Custody & Parenting Time, Child Support, Separation

By: Jessica N. Mazur

Governor Murphy Signs Law Expanding Public Entity Liability for Sexual Abuse and Assault

Labor & Employment Law, Harassment in the Workplace, Public Employers and Employees

By: Aron Mandel

Contracts – The Basics

Construction Law

By: Joseph A. Petrillo

Governor Murphy Signs Bills into Law Re-Opening the Doors to Excess Medical Expenses at the Time of Trial with Some Limitations

General Liability

By: Frank J. Caruso

Appellate Division Permits Damages For Inconvenience Caused By the Loss of Use of a Home

General Liability

By: Joseph V. Leone

Haines v. Taft/Little v. Nishimura: A Spotlight on New Legislation Seeking to Undo the Supreme Court’s Holding on Admissibility and Recovery of Unpaid Medical Expenses

Automobile Liability, General Liability

By: Frank J. Caruso

Law Firm Liability Under HIPPA

Health Care Law, HIPAA Privacy & Security

By: Thomas B. Leyhane

Secure and Fair Enforcement Banking Act Introduced by Senator Menendez

Cannabis Law

By: Jennifer A. Passannante

Best Practices for Separated or Divorced Parents As Children Head Into Summer Vacation

Family Law, Child Custody & Parenting Time

By: Chad M. Moore, Amelia R. Lyte

Court Says Frugal Spouse Must Continue to Pay Alimony Despite Being 79 Years Old

Family Law, Alimony, Spousal Support, and Separate Maintenance

By: Jessica N. Mazur

Expansion of Ongoing Snow Storm Defense

General Liability, Premises Liability

By: Chad M. Moore, Amelia R. Lyte

New Jersey Recently Expanded the Statute of Limitations in Civil Sexual Assault Cases. So What Does that Mean for Employers?

Labor & Employment Law

By: Chad M. Moore, Amelia R. Lyte

New York Court of Appeals Affirms Higher Causation Standard in Asbestos Cases

Environmental & Toxic Tort

By: Chad M. Moore, Amelia R. Lyte

Don’t Delay: Top 5 Reasons to File for Divorce

Family Law, Alimony, Spousal Support, and Separate Maintenance, Child Custody & Parenting Time, Child Support, Equitable Distribution of Assets and Liabilities

By: Jessica N. Mazur

Top 5 Biggest Divorce Mistakes

Family Law, Mediation, Arbitration, and Alternatives to Litigation

By: Jessica N. Mazur

NJ Governor Signs Law Banning Some Employment Non-Disclosure Agreements

Labor & Employment Law

By: Jennifer A. Passannante

New Jersey Supreme Court Issues its Written Decision in the Consolidated Matters of Haines and Little and Reverses the Appellate Division

General Liability, Automobile Liability

By: Frank J. Caruso

5 Tips and Tricks on Being Deposed

By: Andrea C. Mackaronis

The “Faker Defense” Revisited: The New Jersey Supreme Court Weighs In

General Liability

By: Frank J. Kontely

New Jersey Minimum Wage Will Rise to $15 Per Hour

Labor & Employment Law

By: Jennifer A. Passannante

Be a Boy Scout! 5 Steps to Take to Prepare for Separation or Divorce

Family Law, Separation

By: Andrea C. Mackaronis

New Jersey Attorney General’s Office Will Now Investigate All Police Shootings that Result in the Suspect’s Death

Civil Rights Litigation, Municipal Litigation, Municipal Practice

By: Chad M. Moore, Amelia R. Lyte

General Contractor’s Duty to Employees of Subcontractors: The Move to a Case by Case Analysis?

General Liability

By: Joseph V. Leone

Scope of Employment: Driving to and from Work in the Modern Era

General Liability

By: Chad M. Moore, Amelia R. Lyte

New Jersey Supreme Court: More than 20,000 DWI Convictions are Tainted

DWI-DUI

By: William G. McGuinn

Summary of Complex Business Litigation and Complex Construction Rules

Construction Law, Business Transactional & Litigation

By: Joseph V. Leone

Litigation Privilege Protects N.J. Law Firm from Defamation Claim

Plaintiff’s Personal Injury

By: Joseph V. Leone

N.J. Supreme Court Clarifies Scope of “Self-Critical Analysis” Privilege in Medical Malpractice Cases

Professional Liability & Malpractice Defense, Health Care Law

By: Chad M. Moore, Amelia R. Lyte

4 Holiday Tips for Divorced Parents

Family Law, Child Custody & Parenting Time

By: Chad M. Moore, Amelia R. Lyte

Birthright Citizenship

Immigration Law

By: Julio Navarro

New Jersey’s Paid Sick Leave Law To Go Into Effect This Month

Labor & Employment Law

By: Nicole M. Grzeskowiak

Appellate Division Holds That Just Registering to Do Business Equates to Consenting to Be Sued in Pennsylvania

Environmental & Toxic Tort, Products Liability

By: Daniel R. Kuszmerski

New Jersey's Proposed “Insurance Fair Conduct Act” Could Affect Insurers and Policyholders

Insurance Coverage & Bad Faith Litigation

By: Juliann M. Alicino

Federal Judge Orders “Molded Verdict” in Jersey City Police Officers' Discrimination Case

Labor & Employment Law, Discrimination in the Workplace

By: Nicole M. Grzeskowiak

N.J. Senate Passes Bill to Ban Employment Non-Disclosure Agreements

Labor & Employment Law

By: Chad M. Moore, Amelia R. Lyte

Is New Jersey Now a “Daubert” Jurisdiction?

Environmental & Toxic Tort

By: Marc S. Gaffrey

Thinking about getting a Divorce? Stop! Collaborate and Listen . . .

Family Law, Collaborative Law

By: Andrea C. Mackaronis

N.J. Supreme Court Will Review Auto Dealership’s Liability for Fatal Drunk Driving Accident

Automobile Liability, Criminal Defense

By: Joseph V. Leone

4 Questions Every Divorced Parent Should Ask Before Their Child Goes Back to School

Family Law

By: Jessica N. Mazur

Will Pennsylvania Finally Consistently Apply the Fair Share Act to All Asbestos/Strict Liability Matters?

Environmental & Toxic Tort, Asbestos

By: Daniel R. Kuszmerski

N.J. Supreme Court Declines to Reconsider Ethics Opinion Banning Lawyers from Online Legal Service Plans

Legal Malpractice Defense

By: Joseph V. Leone

Does a Criminal Guilty Plea in New Jersey Subject You to Civil Liability?

Criminal Defense

By: Joseph V. Leone, William G. McGuinn

What Does the “Work-Product Privilege” Protect?

General Liability

By: Chad M. Moore, Amelia R. Lyte

Can My Spouse's Creditors Force Me to Sell My Home?

Family Law

By: Jessica N. Mazur, Andrea C. Mackaronis, Brian McFadden-DiNicola

Legislature Passes Bill to Limit Liability of Fuel Oil Dealers

Environmental & Toxic Tort

By: Jacob S. Grouser

N.J. Special Master Concludes 20,000 DWI Convictions Based on Unreliable Breath Tests

DWI-DUI

By: William G. McGuinn

New Jersey Equal Pay Act to Take Effect on July 1

Labor & Employment Law

By: Jennifer A. Passannante

The Erosion of the “Faker” Defense?

General Liability

By: Frank J. Kontely

MYSTERY SOLVED: The New Jersey Supreme Court Declares Phantom John Doe Driver Can Be Placed on the Verdict Sheet for Apportionment of Fault at the Time of Trial

General Liability

By: Frank J. Caruso

New Jersey Court Considers Whether State Anti-Discrimination Laws Cover “Telecommuting” Employees Outside the State

Labor & Employment Law, Policies & Procedures

By: Jennifer A. Passannante

What’s the Difference Between a Fault and No-Fault Divorce?

Family Law, Separation

By: Brian McFadden-DiNicola, Andrea C. Mackaronis, Jessica N. Mazur

New Jersey Finalizes First of its Kind Pharmaceutical Gift Ban to Physicians; New Administration Considering Changes

Health Care Law, Transactional / Business

By: Chad M. Moore, Amelia R. Lyte

After the Storm: What your business needs to know about clearing snow and ice

General Liability

By: Frank J. Caruso

Divorce and Taxes: How the new tax bill will impact alimony, child support, and prenuptial agreements in New Jersey

Family Law, Pre-nuptial Agreements, Mediation, Arbitration, and Alternatives to Litigation, Child Support, Collaborative Law, Equitable Distribution of Assets and Liabilities, Separation

By: Andrea C. Mackaronis

New Department of Labor Release on Unpaid Interns - Legal or Not?

Labor & Employment Law, Employment Agreements, Policies & Procedures

By: Jennifer A. Passannante

Climate Change in the Current Climate

Environmental & Toxic Tort, Asbestos, National Counsel, Toxic Torts, Litigation & Compliance / Enforcement

By: Chad M. Moore, Amelia R. Lyte

The Sharks are Circling: How a Design Professional Can Protect Its Work in the Digital Age

Architects & Engineers, Design Defects/Errors & Omissions, Risk Management

By: Chad M. Moore, Amelia R. Lyte

Appellate Court Confirms that Agreements to Arbitrate Law Against Discrimination Claims are Enforceable

Labor & Employment Law, Discrimination in the Workplace, Employer Insurance Coverage, Harassment in the Workplace, Hiring & Firing of Employees, Policies & Procedures, Employment Agreements

By: Aron Mandel

Whistleblowers Can’t Just Play the Blame Game

Labor & Employment Law, Harassment in the Workplace, Hiring & Firing of Employees, Policies & Procedures, Public Employers and Employees, Discrimination in the Workplace

By: Chad M. Moore, Amelia R. Lyte

In Case You Missed It – NJ Superior Court Tackles Transgender Child’s Name Change in a Case of First Impression

Family Law, Alimony, Spousal Support, and Separate Maintenance, Child Custody & Parenting Time, Child Support, Equitable Distribution of Assets and Liabilities, Collaborative Law, Mediation, Arbitration, and Alternatives to Litigation, Pre-nuptial Agreements

By: Andrea C. Mackaronis

Back-to-School Tips for Divorced Parents

Family Law, Separation, Child Custody & Parenting Time, Child Support, Equitable Distribution of Assets and Liabilities, Pre-nuptial Agreements, Collaborative Law

By: Jessica N. Mazur

The Shielding of Documents Under New Jersey's Patient Safety Act

Health Care Law, Health Care Facilities, Professional Liability & Malpractice Defense

By: Chad M. Moore, Amelia R. Lyte

"I'm taking the dog.": 7 Reasons Why Engaged Couples Should Sign Prenuptial Agreements

Family Law, Pre-nuptial Agreements

By: Jessica N. Mazur, Brian McFadden-DiNicola, Andrea C. Mackaronis

Wearable Technology: Small Devices With A Large Impact

General Liability, Products Liability

By: Chad M. Moore, Amelia R. Lyte

Splitting Custody & Moving? Interstate Relocation Cases are Changing in New Jersey.

Family Law, Child Custody & Parenting Time

By: Brian McFadden-DiNicola

Opportunities for Composition in Brief Writing: Gain Every Advantage for your Client

Construction Law, Design Defects/Errors & Omissions, Architects & Engineers, Construction Delay Claims, Construction Defect, Risk Management

By: Chad M. Moore, Amelia R. Lyte

The Resistance Against Avvo's Client-Linking Services Spreads to New Jersey

Construction Law, Premises Liability, Trucking & Transportation, Plaintiff’s Personal Injury, Legal Malpractice Defense, Criminal Defense, DWI-DUI, Transactional / Business, Governmental Law, Real Estate Tax, Commercial Real Estate, Corporate Law & Transactions

By: Joseph V. Leone

A New Consideration in Litigating Automobile Negligence Actions: Recoverability of Medical Expenses that Exceed PIP Coverage Limits

Insurance Coverage & Bad Faith Litigation, Automobile Liability, General Liability

By: Chad M. Moore, Amelia R. Lyte

The Roof Over Your Head Should Cover More Than Just You

Construction Law, Construction Defect, Design Defects/Errors & Omissions, Risk Management

By: Peter K. Oliver

You've Been Served: on Facebook?

General Liability

By: Juliann M. Alicino

Appealing NJ Municipal Court DWI Convictions May Stay Your License Suspension

Criminal Defense, DWI-DUI

By: William G. McGuinn

Planning for Summer Parenting Time During a Divorce

Family Law, Child Custody & Parenting Time

By: Brian McFadden-DiNicola

Important HR Considerations for Any Small Business Owner

Labor & Employment Law

By: Jennifer A. Passannante

The Impact of Property Owner Involvement in Construction Projects

General Liability

By: Chad M. Moore, Amelia R. Lyte

Watch Your Step! Elevator Accidents Require Prior Notice of their Dangerous Conditions.

Premises Liability

By: Joseph V. Leone

Recent New York Appellate Decision Sets Higher Bar for Proof in Asbestos Cases

Environmental & Toxic Tort

By: Chad M. Moore, Amelia R. Lyte

Digital Discrimination: How Online Job Applications May Subject Employers to Legal Action

Labor & Employment Law

By: Chad M. Moore, Amelia R. Lyte

The Economic Loss Doctrine (ELD) can bar negligence claims in construction matters, but what about Fraud?

Construction Law

By: Chad M. Moore, Amelia R. Lyte

You’re Divorced. Now What?

Family Law

By: Andrea C. Mackaronis

NOW IN EFFECT IN NJ - Automatic Child Support Termination!

Family Law

By: Andrea C. Mackaronis

Arlene Fricke Celebrates 50 years!

By: Chad M. Moore, Amelia R. Lyte

Before You Get Behind the Wheel for Uber or Lyft, Give Your Car Insurance Policy Another Glance.

Automobile Liability

By: Chad M. Moore, Amelia R. Lyte

How Recent Remittitur Decisions Affect an Asbestos Defendant’s Damages Analysis in New York Litigation.

Environmental & Toxic Tort

By: Chad M. Moore, Amelia R. Lyte

You Finally Decided Upon Divorce. Could a Collaborative Approach Work Best for You?

Family Law

By: Chad M. Moore, Amelia R. Lyte

Rooted in Precedent and Simultaneously Unprecedented: President Trump’s Executive Action on Immigration

Immigration Law

By: Julio Navarro

Avoiding the “Slippery” Slope: Supermarket Slips and Falls & The “Mode of Operation” Doctrine

General Liability

By: Joseph V. Leone

Roberts, Neumann and the Broad Scope of the New Jersey Charitable Immunity Act

General Liability

By: Chad M. Moore, Amelia R. Lyte

Pre-Existing Conditions: Burden Shifting and the Apportionment of Damages

Health Care Law

By: Chad M. Moore, Amelia R. Lyte

Tis the Season – To Avoid Religious Discrimination and Harassment in the Office

Labor & Employment Law

By: Chad M. Moore, Amelia R. Lyte

AVVO’s “Fixed Fee Limited Scope” Platform Presents Ethical Violations

Legal Malpractice Defense

By: Joseph V. Leone

Self-Driving Cars: What Do They Mean for the Automobile Insurance Industry?

Automobile Liability

By: Chad M. Moore, Amelia R. Lyte

No “Fraud” Required for Consumer Fraud Act Violations

General Liability

By: Chad M. Moore, Amelia R. Lyte

Let’s Be Clear: The Importance of Language in Mandatory Arbitration Clauses

Commercial Litigation

By: Chad M. Moore, Amelia R. Lyte

How Are You Impacted by the Amended Alimony Statute in Terms of Cohabitation?

Family Law

By: Jessica N. Mazur

A Poor Attitude Can Find an Employer at the “Core” of an Employee’s Sexual Harassment Claim

Labor & Employment Law

By: Aron Mandel

Sane Enough To Decide Whether You Are Insane?

Criminal Defense

By: William G. McGuinn

Another Tale of the Significant Role of Science in the Expanding Frontier of Environmental Law

Environmental & Toxic Tort, Asbestos, National Counsel, Litigation & Compliance / Enforcement, Toxic Torts

By: Chad M. Moore, Amelia R. Lyte

Thousands of New Jersey DWI Convictions Could Be Tainted – Is Yours One of Them?

DWI-DUI, Criminal Defense

By: Joseph V. Leone, William G. McGuinn

Is Savings a Component of the Marital Lifestyle That Should Be Protected in an Alimony Award?

Family Law

By: Brian McFadden-DiNicola

When Personal Matters Become Office Problems – The Impact of Marriage and Divorce (and Everything In Between) on the Workplace

Labor & Employment Law, Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Discrimination in the Workplace, Employer Insurance Coverage, Employment Agreements, Family Leave, Harassment in the Workplace, Hiring & Firing of Employees, Policies & Procedures, Public Employers and Employees

By: Nicole M. Grzeskowiak

Sleeping it Off – Can You Be Convicted of DWI for Sleeping in Your Car?

Criminal Defense

By: William G. McGuinn

Scope of Potential Liability Expanded in NY for Manufacturers with Third-Party Asbestos Components

Environmental & Toxic Tort, Asbestos, Litigation & Compliance / Enforcement, National Counsel, Toxic Torts

By: Chad M. Moore, Amelia R. Lyte

Snapchat and Pokemon Go: Taking Distracted Driving to a New Level

Automobile Liability, General Liability

By: Chad M. Moore, Amelia R. Lyte

NJ's Deemer Statute: How it Can Affect a Visiting PA Resident’s Right to Sue

Automobile Liability, General Liability

By: Malcolm I. McPherson

Why Client Communication Should be a Standard Practice

Construction Law, Administrative & Regulatory Violations, Construction Defect, Architects & Engineers, Construction Delay Claims, Construction Site Accidents, Consumer Fraud, Design & Software Copyright, Design Defects/Errors & Omissions, Environmental & Toxic Mold, Indemnification & Coverage, Public Bidding & Bid Protests, Pre-Claim Assistance, Risk Management, School Construction

By: Joseph A. Petrillo

Will the New Jersey Supreme Court’s elimination of an employment contract provision lead to the same in other types of contracts?

Automobile Liability, Insurance Coverage & Bad Faith Litigation, General Liability, Construction Site Accidents, Indemnification & Coverage

By: Frank J. Caruso

Is Talc the New Cigarette? The Rise of Cosmetic Talc Litigation

Environmental & Toxic Tort, Asbestos, Business Transactional & Litigation, National Counsel, Toxic Torts

By: Chad M. Moore, Amelia R. Lyte

Criminal Trial vs. Deportation Proceedings: What Sets Them Apart?

Immigration Law

By: Julio Navarro

U.S. Immigration Officials are Planning a New Round of Raids

Immigration Law

By: Julio Navarro

Work Visas: Why a Dual Intent Visa May Be Better For Your Company.

Immigration Law, Environmental & Toxic Tort, Appellate Practice, Corporate Law & Transactions

By: Jason R. Gosnell

Time Is On Whose Side? What Happens After FMLA Leave Has Been Exhausted?

Labor & Employment Law, Family Leave, Policies & Procedures

By: Jennifer A. Passannante

His Ex-Wife Will Not Allow His Girlfriend Near His Kids

Family Law, Alimony, Spousal Support, and Separate Maintenance, Child Custody & Parenting Time

By: Jessica N. Mazur

Beyond the Four Walls: When Internet Harassment Impacts the Workplace

Labor & Employment Law, Harassment in the Workplace

By: Jennifer A. Passannante

Why Prenuptial (and Premarital and Antenuptial) Agreements are for EVERYONE [1]

Family Law, Pre-nuptial Agreements

By: Andrea C. Mackaronis

Tips for Hurricane Joaquin Preparedness - Do You Have Flood Insurance?

General Liability, Insurance Coverage & Bad Faith Litigation

By: Juliann M. Alicino

I’ve Been Sued For a Car Accident. What Do I Do?

Automobile Liability

By: Chad M. Moore, Amelia R. Lyte

How To Win Your Divorce in 3 Easy Steps

Family Law

By: Andrea C. Mackaronis

Implications of Oh v. Kang

Construction Law, Architects & Engineers, Administrative & Regulatory Violations

By: Joseph A. Petrillo

A Police Officer Must Give You the Opportunity to Produce Your Credentials

Criminal Defense

By: William G. McGuinn

What Kind of Car Insurance Should I Have?

Automobile Liability

By: Chad M. Moore, Amelia R. Lyte