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September 22, 2020

New Jersey Women Lawyers Association: Intellectual Property Law Primer

Always wanted to know the difference between a patent, trademark and copyright? Curious as to how intellectual property issues can impact clients and want to be able to help them issue spot? Join CSG's Abigail J. Remore and the New Jersey Women Lawyers Association for a one hour primer on intellectual property law on Tuesday, September 22, from 5:00 – 6:00 PM.  


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September 17, 2020

Women in Surety: Bankruptcy in Suretyship - Misconceptions and Case Studies

Amanda Miceli will be presenting alongside surety professionals at an upcoming event, "Bankruptcy in Suretyship: Misconceptions and Case Studies," hosted by Women in Surety on September 17 from 2:00 – 3:30 PM. The session will provide insights on principals facing bankruptcy for both contract and commercial businesses.  


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September 10, 2020

NJUA: Keeping It 100 - The PACT's Impact - Stimulus and Sustainability

John G. Valeri Jr., Practice Group Leader of CSG’s Environmental Law Group, will participate in the New Jersey Utilities Association’s 2020 Virtual Conference Thursday, September 10. His 2:00 PM panel discussion, "Keeping It 100: The PACT's Impact – Stimulus and Sustainability," will outline the Administration's intent for the implementation of its PACT initiative and implications for the State's utilities. Notably, the panel will be moderated by NJBPU Commissioner, Dianne Solomon.  


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September 18, 2020

New Jersey Law Journal: Catherine P. Wells Recognized the Need for Female Litigators to Have Support and Guidance

Following her selection among the New Jersey Law Journal's 2020 Mentor of the Year honorees, Catherine P. Wells was featured in a Q&A with the publication discussing the importance of mentors in the legal profession, the mentor-mentee relationships that have helped shape her career, how she first came across mentorship opportunities and more.  


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September 18, 2020

New Jersey Law Journal: Dennis Toft of Chiesa Shahinian on How Firm Success Is 'Not Easily Quantifiable'

Pursuant to his recognition as an Unsung Hero as part of the New Jersey Law Journal's Professional Excellence 2020 program, Dennis M. Toft was featured in a Q&A with the publication. The profile covers a range of topics – including the importance of teamwork and collaboration in the practice of law, reputation building and long-term planning as critical but often unnoticed aspects of law firm management, measures attorneys should consider to lead a more fulfilling life and more.   


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September 17, 2020

Solar Industry: Policy Tweaks Will Prompt Boost in New Jersey Solar Development

Stephen A. Kisker and John G. Valeri were published in Solar Industry Magazine with an article, "Policy Tweaks Will Prompt Boost in New Jersey Solar Development," discussing the State's transition to a new era of incentives with promise to reinvigorate its solar industry. They hone in on the TREC and Community Solar Programs, and how these stand to benefit solar power production and solar development in New Jersey.  


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Blog Posts

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September 9, 2020

California Legislature Votes to Extend Key CCPA Exemptions Until 2022

On August 30, 2020, the California Legislature passed AB-1281 which, if signed by Governor Newsom, will extend two key exemptions to the California Consumer Privacy Act (the "CCPA") until January 1, 2022. The extension of these exemptions, which will otherwise expire on January 1, 2021 without legislative or voter action, will come as welcome news to businesses as they continue to implement CCPA-compliant policies and procedures.


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July 16, 2020

No More Safe Harbor… Take Two: Immediate Invalidation of Privacy Shield

Today, July 16, 2020, the Court of Justice invalidated Privacy Shield as a means to self-certify that a business is securely and appropriately protecting personal data when transferring such data from the EU to the United States. In part, the Court found that the Privacy Shield did not adequately ensure individuals' audit rights or appropriate recourse, and therefore, the Court invalidated Privacy Shield, effective immediately. There is no grace period.


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July 2, 2020

EPA Sets Termination Date for Temporary Policy Suspending Certain Monitoring and Reporting Requirements Due to COVID-19

On June 29, 2020, the EPA issued a memo notifying applicable members of the regulated community that effective August 31, 2020, it is terminating the temporary policy suspending certain monitoring and reporting requirements.


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