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October 2016 Archives

Essential Tax Advice for the Newly Divorced

As we enter the shank of the year, our thoughts turn to Halloween, Thanksgiving, Winter Holidays, the New Year, and . . . taxes.  This is a good time to review essential divorce taxation. Introduction Divorcing couples often have to face a tangled web of chaos when dealing with their shared financial lives. This is

Worker misclassification is a very big deal: What is it – and what should you do about it?

Misclassification of workers – calling someone an “independent contractor” when they really are an employee – is unlawful, and it has made news recently. Among other things, it is famously at the core of class action lawsuits by Uber drivers in New York and across the country. It is also the basis of workers’ lawsuits

When You Reasonably Suspect Your NJ Spouse is Hiding Money

Money manipulation is a common fear among divorcing couples. When high value movable assets are involved, divorcing spouses are tempted to distort financial facts to take advantage of, or perhaps punish, the other partner. Feelings of anger, resentment, fear and betrayal can affect each partner’s thoughts regarding identification, valuation, and division of jointly acquired marital

Corn Rows, Afros, and Dreadlocks — Is There a NJ Right to Wear One’s Natural Ethnic Hair to Work?

An African American employment lawyer is rocking workplace dress code protocols with a new book on the subject of natural hair in the workplace. Los Angeles based Tracy Sanders, Esq., is speaking up for men and women with ethnic hair, while also embracing Title VII of the U.S. Civil Rights Act of 1964. In her

Alternatives to NJ Divorce Litigation for High Conflict Couples

In the New Jersey divorce process, wise couples make every effort to remain amicable throughout and are able to resolve most issues peacefully and quietly. Other couples, not so much. A high-conflict couple may not be suitable for alternative dispute resolution methods, and could spend months and years in stressful and expensive litigation. In our

NJ Appeals Court Voids Arbitration Clause in Employment Dispute

In a newly published decision, the New Jersey Appellate Division has reversed a lower court ruling that denied an employee’s right to take his breach of contract case to court.  In recent back-to-back rulings, the New Jersey Supreme Court and the Appellate Division have declared certain arbitration clauses problematic and unenforceable due to vague language. 

NJ Equitable Distribution: When the Stakes are High — Hire a Lawyer Who Knows and Works Well With the Valuation Experts

In most divorces, the equitable distribution of assets between spouses is a relatively simple proposition.  The attorneys generate a list of assets they believe the couple holds, as well as a list of debts, and each presents a reasonable scenario for sharing and dividing them. A divorce agreement includes both the value of assets as

New Jersey Employment Lawyers Win Big for Gretchen Carlson

When Fox News anchorwoman Gretchen Carlson filed a sexual harassment suit against her boss, employment attorneys across the nation could not have predicted the ending. In a record-breaking development, 21st Century Fox attorneys have announced that they settled with Carlson for a whopping $20 million, the largest single-plaintiff pre-trial settlement of a sexual harassment lawsuit

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