Employment Interviews: The Do’s and Don’ts

By Timothy J. Ford, Esq.   The employment interview process is a minefield.  Interviewers must be able to recognize the potential hazards while getting the information the employer most desires to determine whether the applicant is the right person for the position.  Many employers are aware of the obvious interview questions to avoid.  However, many

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Christopher J. Roman’s Award Winning Article

Earlier this year, The American College of Trust and Estate Counsel (ACTEC), published the winning Mary Moers Wenig Student Writing Competition article in their Summer 2014 edition.  This was won by Christopher J. Roman, Esq., an association in Einhorn Harris’ Taxation/Trusts and Estate Department. Please click on the picture below to access the full article.

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Importance of Cultural Competence in Divorce

By Ivette R. Alvarez, Esq. & Jhanice V. Domingo, Esq.                   In order to truly advocate for clients from diverse cultures and backgrounds (hereinafter “diverse clients”) involved in divorce litigation, it is important to consider and understand various factors that may impact the case in a cross-cultural

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New Jersey Employers: The Potential Criminal in Your Midst

By Timothy J. Ford, Esq.  On August 11, 2014, Governor Christie signed legislation known as “The Opportunity to Compete Act” barring employers from making criminal background inquiries during the initial employment application process.  This sweeping legislation transforms the hiring process for many employers.  Many employers are asking questions about the legislation.  If you are not,

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What Happens Between Spouses, Stays Between Spouses – Even If It’s A Crime

By Michael R. Ascher, Esq.   The New Jersey Rules of Evidence contain a strong privilege protecting communications between married couples.  The Rule provides that “no person shall disclose any communication made in confidence between such person and his or her spouse.” The privilege is based upon the strong societal policy encouraging spouses to share confidences and

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Traffic Accidents and Weather Immunity

By Thomas F. Dorn Jr., Esq. Any driver who has driven in conditions like rain, fog, ice or snow knows that it is a risk to drive in bad weather.  Sometimes it is a driver going too fast for weather conditions that causes an accident and sometimes the road conditions cause the vehicle to lose

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