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The governor of New Jersey recently removed a very large tool that has been used by parties involved in pending workers’ compensation claims, which helped facilitate a petitioner’s continuation of benefits while the matter is being resolved. On Aug. 24, the governor signed into legislation the removal of the voluntary tender credit for counsel fees. He noted that, “After the establishment of an attorney client relationship pursuant to a written agreement”; counsel fees will be based upon the full amount of the award, and not reduced by any voluntary tender or offer of permanency.

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