By Rubin M. Sinins | February 16, 2023
No available New Jersey decision analyzes geofence warrants. 'U.S. v. Rhine', a decision issued two weeks ago by the federal district court for the District of Columbia, denying a January 6 defendant's motion to suppress geofence evidence, notes the limited number of federal authorities that have considered geofence warrants.
By Mark E. Tabakman | February 13, 2023
The SWO law gives the agency a hammer to extract compliance in scenarios where the employer is often not left with a realistic or practical way to combat the assessments at this early juncture.
By Jonathan Bick | February 13, 2023
Among the most common traps for the unwary e-commerce practitioner involves e-contracts.
By Jonathan Bick | December 27, 2022
Internet server information constitutes a basis for intentional availment and in turn Internet personal jurisdiction.
By Nicholas A. Duston and Annamaria Del Buono | December 1, 2022
When do online reviews cross the line? In assessing these types of cases, New Jersey courts will carefully weigh and balance the protection of free speech and one's reputation. But overall, depending upon the language and interpretation of your negative review, you could potentially find yourself on the right side of the "v" in a defamation lawsuit.
By Lewis Goldshore | November 30, 2022
Environmental law and policy in New Jersey have seldom remained in a static condition. Rather, they have continued to evolve due to judicial, executive, and legislative decisions. The most significant of those developments in 2022 are reviewed in this article.
By Jeffrey Salling, Kaitlyn E. Stone and Michael C. Zogby | October 19, 2022
In a series of articles, the authors previously addressed protection of trade secrets under New Jersey and federal law for companies that invent, manufacture, or supply original technologies or processes, and outlined new and increased threats to trade secrets in light of the shift to an increased remote work model as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Here, they analyze practical strategies and techniques for managing those threats.
By Laura W. Smalley | October 13, 2022
'American Axle' could give rise to arguments that claims to processes of manufacturing chemical or biological compositions are not patent-eligible subject matter because they inherently require the use of natural laws or, if a mathematical equation explains the reaction, an abstract idea.
By Matheu D. Nunn, Alyssa Engleberg, Judy Doyle and Megan Sartor | October 12, 2022
There are generally three approaches to value that are to be considered in each valuation engagement: the asset, income and market approaches.
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