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New Jersey Expungement Law – Are You Eligible?

Need a second chance?  Are you one of the thousands of people a year in the State of New Jersey who have been arrested and/or convicted of an Ordinance Violation, Disorderly Persons Offense, or Indictable Offense?  If so, you may be at a serious disadvantage in obtaining or keeping your employment and/or professional license or...
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Consequences and Penalties: DWI/DUI and other Criminal-Related Offenses Surrounding Alcohol and Drugs

DEMLP partner Greg S. Gargulinski has represented clients in matters involving DWI/DUI, as well as criminal defense at the State, Appellate and Federal levels for nearly two decades. He is a frequent speaker to members of the bar and the local communities on the various issues regarding criminal and motor vehicle law violations. Please reach...
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The Sirens of Business Litigation and a Company’s Need for Litigation Avoidance Practices

In the competitive nature of business and industry the “Sirens of Litigation” are encountered during the lifespan of many companies and firms. However, the enticement of pursuing such business disputes can come at a significant expense to any company. The financial cost surfaces in attorney fees, expert witness or consultant fees, and court fees. The...
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The New Elections Law – What Condo Associations Need to Know

On July 13, 2017, Governor Christie signed into law new legislation that was initiated as a direct response to the New Jersey Appellate Division’s decision in Moore v. Radburn Ass’n, Inc.  The new law is designed to make community association elections, including condominium associations, decidedly more democratic. In Radburn, it had been determined that a...
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