Author Archives: Einhorn Harris

Residential Homeowner Escapes Liability for Public Sidewalk Trip and Fall

By Stanley J. Zator, Esq. In the November 26, 2018 unpublished opinion of Reinhardt v. Gornowski (A-1395-17T3), the Appellate Division explored a residential homeowner’s potential for liability following the existence of a dangerous condition on an abutting public sidewalk. In January 2014, William Reinhardt and Robert Gornowski were next door neighbors. Mr. Reinhardt, while walking


Court outlines when sex offenders may attempt to terminate their registration requirements under Megan’s Law and Community Supervision for Life (CSL)

By Brian D. Kenney, Esq. On December 7, 2018, the Appellate Division decided In the Matter of Registrant H.D., (App. Div. 2018) Docket Nos. A5321-16T1 and A5322-16T1, a decision approved for publication. This matter involved two appeals from sex offender registrants under Megan’s Law.  In 1994 and 1998, respectively, the petitioners were sentenced to community


Tom Snyder Appears on CBS New York

Change In Alimony Tax Law Sparks Holiday Rush To Divorce In 2018 As seen on CBS New York, December 24, 2018 Thomas Snyder was interviewed by Lisa Rozner for CBS New York on December 24, 2018, for a segment on the new alimony federal law, effective January 1. “Not only is it significant, but the problem becomes