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Effective November 1, 2015: New Jersey Expands Scope of Prescription Monitoring Program

In July, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie signed legislation that expands the access, registration, and utilization of the New Jersey Prescription Monitoring Program (NJPMP). The legislation, Senate Bill 1998 (S-1998), is slated to take effect on November 1, 2015. S-1998 is part of a larger effort in New Jersey to fight prescription drug abuse....

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A Tale of Two Distributions: Equitable Versus Estate In the Wake of the Kardashian/Odom Divorce

The current domestic law situation between Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom, although unique, is not uncommon. In December 2013, Khloe filed for divorce against Lamar, but for whatever reason, never finalized the paperwork necessary to receive a final decree in divorce from him. Thus, at the time he experienced his recent near fatal “health comp...

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Immigration Updates: USCIS Announces Yet Another Change to the Visa Bulletin and STEM Graduates Granted a Reprieve by DHS

  In our September 16th blog posting, we discussed the updated Visa Bulletin which provided a new chart for would-be immigrants. The new chart provides Dates for Filing Applications, or the earliest dates when an applicant may submit his or her application for permanent residence. The new system was to begin starting with the October visa bul...

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"You Can’t Fix Stupid" – The Effects of Social Media and Family Law

I was watching the Today show and viewed a story about Whitney Beall, a twenty-three year old woman from Lakeland, Florida, who was arrested for drunk driving after several people witnessed her “antics” on Periscope, a live-steaming social media site. During her “twenty minutes of fame,” Ms. Beall can be witnessed slurring her speech, dri...

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Like it or Not? Tips for Addressing Employee Social Media Use

At first, employee social media use sounds like a matter of common sense. Candidates for a job should be careful what they post on social media sites, and make sure they’re not sharing any unsavory details about their past with potential employers. Once hired, employees shouldn’t “over-share” about their job responsibilities, supervisors,...

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Workplace violence: Using behavioral-based interviewing to predict risk

Matthew Green is quoted in Property Casualty 360 in, "Workplace violence: Using behavioral-based interviewing to predict risk." Click here to read the full article.

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Walter Cohen Quoted on Philly.com on Kane License Suspension

Walter Cohen was quoted on Philly.com regarding Kane's license suspension. Click here to view the full article.

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Obermayer Adds Family Law Associate in Cherry Hill Office

Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel LLP adds Michelle Ringel to the firm’s family law practice group. Ringel will reside in the firm’s Cherry Hill office.             Prior to joining the firm, Ringel served as a judicial law clerk in the Burlington County Family Division for the Hon. John L. Call, Jr., Presiding Judge of the Fam...

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Employment Lawyer Shares Which Employees are Subject to Minimum Wage and Overtime Requirements?

Employment Lawyer, Ivo Becica, Shares Which Employees are Subject to Minimum Wage and Overtime Requirements?      

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Attorney Discusses Employer Access to Employees' Social Media or Email

Employment Law Attorney, Ivo Becica, Discusses Employer Access to Employees' Social Media or Email.

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