“What’s included” is a question which I hear many times each week as I meet with clients who are thinking about or embarking on the path of divorce or separation. What assets are included in the marital estate is defined by statute in New Jersey.
Wow, did our recent sleep apnea post about the police officer who was fired strike a chord — don’t know how many folks wrote in, mostly about sleep apnea itself and not about the employment law aspect of the matter!
Charles (“Charlie”) Oppenheim, Chief of the Visa Control and Reporting Division, U.S. Department of State, shares his analysis of current trends and future projections for the various immigrant preference categories with AILA (the American Immigration Lawyers’ Association).
An article just published in today’s New York Times deserves a read: it is about a woman who lost her desperately-needed job when her doctor insisted that she not work overtime because of a high-risk pregnancy.
This post is no joke: not as a matter of law or of health.
Complying with the ADA in hiring (and in the workplace) means not only “treating people equally despite whatever physical challenges they may face” (as per the EEOC), but also not making assumptions or buying into biases or stereotypes about an applicant’s abilities based on a disability.
In the return of our New Jersey Family Law Podcast Series, we are proud to present our fifth installment discussing child support and emancipation.
Cybersleuth or Cyberthief? LabMD Case Continues to Expose the Good, the Bad, and the Downright Ugly in Cybersecurity Developments
LabMD, Inc. CEO Michael J. Daugherty continues to doggedly defend LabMD against an action brought by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) against LabMD based on Section 5 of the FTC Act.