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June 10, 2020

NAIOP New Jersey: Regulatory, Legislative & Legal Update

Dennis M. Toft will participate in a NAIOP New Jersey webinar on Wednesday, June 10, at 9:00 am. The program entitled, "Regulatory, Legislative & Legal Update," will discuss the latest on reopening efforts, compliance with new green infrastructure stormwater rules and much more.  

June 4, 2020

Women in Surety: COVID-19 and the Impact on Commercial Surety Bonds

Amanda Miceli will participate in a Women in Surety webinar on Thursday, June 4, at 3:00 pm EST to benefit Mount Sinai Hospital. The program entitled, "COVID-19 and the Impact on Commercial Surety Bonds," will discuss concerns associated with underwriting certain commercial surety bonds, as well as steps that claims professionals may take to combat current and future claims. For more information, please visit Women in Surety's website.  

May 21, 2020

SobelCo: Cyber Security and Fraud Vulnerability During a Pandemic

Michelle A. Schaap will participate in a SobelCo webinar on Thursday, May 21, at 8:30 am. The program entitled, "Cyber Security and Fraud Vulnerability During a Pandemic," will discuss cybersecurity concerns companies are facing across the country in light of the COVID-19 health crisis.  



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May 28, 2020 Is coronavirus straining marriages? N.J. divorce lawyers predict a wave of pandemic splits

Tremain L. Stanley was featured in a story titled, "Is coronavirus straining marriages? N.J. divorce lawyers predict a wave of pandemic splits," discussing the myriad factors contributing to high marital stress throughout the course of the coronavirus pandemic. "The stress of an unhappy marriage will come to light in a time like this," she notes. "For people who were undecided before, that decision has become clear."  

May 15, 2020

NJ ChamberEdge: The Post-Pandemic Workplace Will Look Like This

Daniel A. Schwartz, CSG's Managing Member, was featured in an editorial roundtable in the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce's May 2020 issue of ChamberEdge alongside fellow business leaders from across the State sharing his post-COVID-19 workplace predictions and strategies.  

May 8, 2020

ROI-NJ: Virtual reality: Land use, zoning approvals enter uncharted waters as in-person meetings are forced online by COVID pandemic

Lisa A. John-Basta was featured in a ROI-NJ story discussing the impact of COVID-19 on the land use and zoning approval process as it goes virtual. She shares her concerns – primarily around potential limitations in public involvement and subsequent application appeals – saying, "Ultimately, it’s up to clients whether to proceed or not. But, when applications pending are less generic and more controversial in nature, we’re recommending to defer until we can have in-person meetings again.”  


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May 5, 2020

NJDEP Proposes Amendments to Existing Remediation Standards

On April 6, 2020, the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection ("NJDEP") proposed substantial changes to the Remediation Standards at N.J.A.C. 7:26D, promulgated under the Brownfield and Contaminated Site Remediation Act, N.J.S.A. 58:10B-1 et seq. ("Brownfield Act"). The proposal seeks to amend the existing Remediation Standards in a number of ways, many of which have potential for significant impacts on ongoing and future remediation in the state. The following is a brief discussion of some, but not all, of the changes that NJDEP proposes.

May 1, 2020

The Life of a Data Breach: The "Gift" That Keeps on Giving

You are in a fantasy football league registered under your email and your password. Unbeknownst to you, however, the league's site has been breached, and access credentials have been stolen. The site discovers the breach, investigates the breach, and gives notice to impacted individuals.

April 30, 2020

New Cases – Condemning Easements for Public Beach Access and Use

On April 16, 2020, the Appellate Division of the New Jersey Superior Court, the state's intermediate appellate court, published three precedential opinions concerning the state's condemnation of ocean-front property for access and use by the public. New Jersey, from Sandy Hook to Cape May, has 130 miles of beaches on the Atlantic Ocean. "Goin' down the shore" is a firmly held tradition for New Jersey residents and visitors alike. In 2018, around 48 million people visited the Jersey Shore counties and many of them enjoyed the beaches. Public access and use of those beaches have occasioned public debate and court cases. These three cases continue the line of decisions approving actions taken to create and protect such access and use.


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