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Einhorn Harris Partner Christopher Musmanno Quoted Regarding First NJ Transit Hoboken Train Crash Settlement

Einhorn Harris Partner Christopher L. Musmanno quoted in several articles discussing the first New Jersey Transit Hoboken train crash settlement of $475,000 which he secured for his client. Placement in the   Placement on Record.   Placement on   Placement on

Employment Law Blog – Contractors Beware –New Jersey’s Department of Labor Seeks to Ramp Up Enforcement, Particularly for Prevailing Wage Act Work

By Timothy J. Ford, Esq. On January 16, 2018, Governor-Elect, Phil Murphy, will be sworn in as New Jersey’s new Governor.  As is customary with political changes, his priorities will differ from the current administration.  After eight (8) years of Governor Christie, a Republican, Phil Murphy is certain to bring about sweeping changes to government


Employment Law Blog – Me Too, Time’s Up!

By Andrew S. Berns, Esq. Societal mores undoubtedly impact behaviors in the workplace.  Businesses both small and large must immediately increase their awareness of the Me Too, Time’s Up! movement undeniably washing over our culture and thus our businesses. A new Governor is being sworn in New Jersey in a matter of days.  He has


Employment Law Blog – #MeToo: What Businesses Must Know to Prevent Sexual Harassment in the Aftermath of the Harvey Weinstein Scandal

By Alex Lee, Esq. Following the recent revelations of numerous sexual harassment and assault accusations against Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein, the #MeToo movement has created a potentially game-changing shift in how sexual harassment and assault cases are perceived and treated. Designed to create a sense of solidarity amongst victims of sexual assault, and to “give


Einhorn Harris partner Timothy J. Ford responds to query “Spending assets before Medicaid kicks in”

Q. Without long-term care insurance, in addition to potentially depleting one’s savings, are other assets, like one’s home, also at risk should funds be needed to pay for long-term care? A.  Too many people don’t consider the cost of long-term care until it’s too late.  This kind of care can cost more than $100,000 a year in