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Steven I. Adler Gives New Jersey Law Journal Predictions for Labor and Employment Law 2024

January 22, 2024

The Fearless Forecaster is back, offering insights into the labor and employment law landscape for 2024. Anticipating the year’s hot topics, technology takes center stage, predicting a heightened use of artificial intelligence (AI) in legal document drafting. Among the top 10 forecasts are concerns over increased employee monitoring, the continued impact of remote work on labor issues, and a spotlight on behavioral health and intermittent leave.

CEO Bill Barrett Authors Article for ROI-NJ on M&A Activity Considerations During an Election Year

January 12, 2024

Explore the intricacies of M&A success in election years. Delve into the complexities influenced by political landscapes, discovering key legal considerations, including market volatility and effective communication strategies.

Vincent Roldan co-authors article for American Bankruptcy Institute Journal titled “BAP: A Settlement Agreement Is Not an Executory Contract”

January 11, 2024

Bankruptcy Code empowers debtors to assume, reject, or assign contracts/leases under § 365, even if contracts state otherwise. Mandelbaum Barrett PC Bankruptcy Partner Vincent J. Roldan, Esq. and Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith LLP Partner Minyao Wang, Esq. look at the recent Ninth Circuit BAP decision “In re Svenhard’s Swedish Bakery” where the court ruled […]

Richard Miller, Esq. spotlighted in Primerus Weekly

January 10, 2024

“When you’re talking about wills and estates and people who are sick and need guardians or are disabled, you’re seeing people at their most raw, who need the most help,” says Richard Miller, Esq. who heads up the Elder Law Department at Mandelbaum Barrett PC. “Sometimes you see the good, the bad, and the ugly.” […]

IRS Announces Pandemic-Related Penalty Relief for Millions

December 22, 2023

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has introduced a substantial relief measure in response to COVID-19 challenges. The $1 billion initiative benefits approximately 4.7 million taxpayers who missed automated collection reminders during the pandemic. With a focus on those earning under $400,000 annually, the IRS plans to resume regular collection procedures while offering a more lenient approach to overdue tax bills.

Richard Miller, Esq. authors article for Insurance Newsnet titled “How insurers can mitigate their exposure when it comes to beneficiary designations”

December 19, 2023

“One of the biggest myths and misconceptions of estate planning is that a will controls the disposition of all one’s assets at death. This is not the case. Failing to distinguish the difference between probate and non-probate assets could lead to unintended and costly consequences not only for the person who owns the asset, but […]

New Jersey Family Magazine: Co-Parenting After Divorce

December 7, 2023

In the recent December issue of New Jersey Family Magazine, Lynne Strober, Co-Chair of Mandelbaum Barrett’s Matrimonial and Family Law Practice Group, offers key insights in an interview on blended families. Lynne stresses the importance of a gradual transition, simplicity, and one-on-one time when introducing new family members to children. For a detailed exploration, refer to page 89.

Joshua S. Bauchner Breaks Down Legal Hurdles for Businesses in New Jersey

December 5, 2023

In a recent publication, Joshua S. Bauchner, Chair of the Cannabis and Psychedelics Practice Group at Mandelbaum Barrett P.C., sheds light on the hurdles faced by New Jersey’s cannabis businesses. Bauchner underscores the intricate process of securing dispensary locations amid municipal regulations, emphasizing the critical compliance with laws around sensitive areas.

Peter Tanella and Eileen Funnell co-author article for Today’s Veterinary Business titled “How to Avoid a Messy Separation”

December 1, 2023

“As hospital prices cool and consolidators get cold feet, owners can protect themselves by negotiating a breakup fee.” In the latest Today’s Veterinary Business December/January issue, National Veterinary Law Group Chair, Peter Tanella, Esq. and Associate Eileen Funnell, Esq. discuss how as the consolidation landscape shifts, breakup fees will remain critical in protecting practice owners from unnecessary risk during a sale. Having […]