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New Jersey’s New Social Media Law: Balancing Privacy Interests and Economic Opportunity

February 13, 2014

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Whether we talk about Amazon drones or social media, striking the proper balance between the public’s interest in privacy and the business industry’s quest for economic opportunity is never easy. New Jersey’s recently implemented social media law reflects an attempt to resolve one aspect of that struggle. The new law, which took effect in December […]

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Contracts Via Email: Five Tips for Avoiding Unintended Liability

February 8, 2014

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Business transactions are frequently negotiated via email rather than traditional letter correspondence. While the use of technology certainly speeds up the process, it can also lead to unintended liability. As New Jersey business litigation attorneys, we are seeing a dramatic increase in the number of cases involving disputes over whether an email exchange constitutes a […]

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Is It Time to Sell Your New York or New Jersey Business?

January 25, 2014

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For business sellers who have been waiting until the economy turns around, it may finally be time to pull the trigger. With profits up and the economy improving, both banks and buyers are coming back to the market. According to BizBuySell.com, 1,685 small businesses changed hands between July and September, compared to 1,189 during the […]

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Commercial Investing Tips

January 25, 2014

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A few helpful tips in this article on Thriving in Commercial Real Estate Investing.

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