Brown Moskowitz & Kallen Hosts Client Briefing with Economists Weinberg, O’Sullivan The podcast is also available on your phone on the Apple podcasting app: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/podcasting-with-john-metaxas/id1451428833#episodeGuid=tag%3Asoundcloud%2C2010%3Atracks%2F686304568 John Metaxas is an anchor and reporter with WCBS and Bloomberg. He is the founder of WallStreetNorth Communications — wallstreetnorth.com. Its signature service is Podcasting for Lawyers.
Land Use Basics and a Few Zoning Tips and Avoiding Attorney Ethics Violations in the Age of Digital Media
The two 1-hour presentations will provide one NJ CLE credit and one NJ CLE Ethics credit.
By: Kenneth L. Moskowitz, Esq. and Steven R. Rowland, Esq.
In Petro-Lubricant Testing Laboratories v. Adelman, 233 N.J. 236 (2018), the New Jersey Supreme Court issued a significant opinion addressing two basic issues of defamation law: first, when does the one-year statute of limitations commence on internet defamation? And, second, is a fair and accurate report of litigation pleadings actionable as defamation where the allegations are disputed?
BMK Managing Partner Stuart M. Brown and Sara A. Kimball represented the purchaser in its recent acquisition of Precast Systems, Inc., a leading supplier of premium precast concrete for building and bridge systems based in Allentown, New Jersey.
SUMMIT, N.J., February 1, 2018 – The principals of Vision Import Group LLC recently bought out the former managing member of the company to complete their succession plan. BMK Managing Partner Stuart M. Brown represented the principals in connection with the transaction.
SUMMIT, N.J., January 22, 2018 – BMK Partner Norman D. Kallen represented Melick-Tully and Associates, P.C. in the recent acquisition of the New Jersey-based geotechnical, environmental and geologic services company by GZA GeoEnvironmental, an environmental firm based out of Massachusetts.
In a Classification Case Brought By the NJ Department of Labor, BMK Obtains A Precedent-Setting Determination That Its Motor Carrier Client Owes No Employment Taxes
SUMMIT, N.J., December 11, 2017 – On December 11, 2017, the Commissioner of the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development, Aaron Fichtner, affirmed an administrative law judge’s determination that BMK’s client, Big Daddy Drayage, Inc., did not owe state unemployment tax contributions because the truckers — owner-operators — who provided services were independent contractors — not employees.
BMK recently held a breakfast food drive in support of Homeless Solutions, a non-profit based out of Morristown. “BMK is happy to continue its tradition of supporting the community,” said Managing Partner Stuart Brown.