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August 28, 2018Recent Cases That Protect LGBTQ Rights

As a Firm that supports LGBTQ individuals, we are excited to share two case studies from Family Lawyer Magazine that help to establish precedents which protect their rights. In both of these cases same-sex couples rights were being undermined under the guise of "religious liberty."...

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August 27, 2018Steven Holt Authored an Article for NJCPA on the Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Incentive Program

Steven Holt, Chair of Mandelbaum Salsburg's Tax, Trusts & Estates Practices and Alan Glazner, Of Counsel to the Firm's Tax Practice, authored an article for NJCPA on the Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Incentive Program which is ending September 28th. We encourage tax professionals, accountants and other advisors who advise clients on tax matters to read this!...

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August 15, 2018Ten Mandelbaum Salsburg Attorneys Recognized By Their Peers In Best Lawyers in America© 2019

We are proud to announce that ten of our attorneys were selected by their peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America© 2019 edition.*Since it was first published in 1983, Best Lawyers® has become universally regarded as the definitive guide to legal excellence. Best Lawyers lists are compiled based on an exhaustive peer-review evaluation. Many of the below attorneys have been listed in this publication for over ten years....

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August 14, 2018Dennis Alessi Comments on Recent Events at Jenkinson's Aquarium in the Asbury Park Press

Employment Law Co-Chair Dennis J. Alessi, Esq. comments in the Asbury Park Press today on the recent events at Jenkinson's Aquarium and cautions employers to properly train their staff before an incident, not wait until one occurs! If you have questions about employee training programs and ensuring you are in compliance with employment laws, please contact us and our Employment law team can help....

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12 AugFamily Law Practice Update on New Decision About Children's Student Loans and Marital Separation Agreements

Our Family Law Practice Group takes great pride in keeping you informed of the latest family and matrimonial law decisions. There is a recent unpublished Appellate Division decision that we wanted to make you aware of that is causing significant discussions among family law practitioners. While unpublished decisions are not considered precedent setting, they can be provided to a Court for consideration in like cases. This particular decision involves whether or not children can be required to obtain and be responsible for student loans as part of a Matrimonial Settlement Agreement. Read on to see what the Appellate Court said in MFW v. GO....

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