March 27, 2023
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Handling Municipal Budgets in Changing Economic Conditions

By Thomas J. Hastie, Jr. As our calendars turn to April, your municipality has prepared and introduced its 2023 budget and begun the adoption process. During […]
March 24, 2023
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New Jersey Public Employers & Separation Agreements – Are Confidentiality, Non-Disclosure, and Non-Disparagement Clauses Still Viable?

By Evan Crook, Esq. When considering the separation of an employee, whether by virtue of layoff, discipline or otherwise, an employer’s primary concern is finality. You […]
March 21, 2023
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Sandra Guage Joins Malamut’s Workers’ Compensation Department

Cherry Hill, NJ – Malamut & Associates, LLC (“Malamut”) announces Sandra Guage, Esq. has joined the firm. Attorney Sandra Guage joined Malamut this week and will […]
March 1, 2023

Lori Knox Joins Malamut’s Labor & Employment Litigation Department

Cherry Hill, NJ – Malamut & Associates, LLC (“Malamut”) announces Lori Knox, Esq. has joined the firm. Attorney Lori Knox joined Malamut this week and will […]
January 26, 2023

Proxy Liability in Harassment Claims: What Employers Should Know

By Maggie McHugh In a recent precendential case involving a workplace claim of sexual harassment, the Third Circuit confirmed proxy theory of liability in employment claims, […]
January 13, 2023
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Gerard Green Joins Malamut’s Workers’ Compensation Department

Cherry Hill, NJ – Malamut & Associates, LLC (“Malamut”) announces Gerard Green, Esq. has joined the firm. Gerard Green joined Malamut in 2019 as a legal […]
January 11, 2023
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Cherry Hill, NJ – Malamut & Associates, LLC (“Malamut”) announces David Serlin, Esq. has joined the firm. After experiencing record growth in recent years, Malamut is […]
December 16, 2022
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Should You Prepare an Official Statement When Selling Notes in 2023?

By Thomas Hastie, Esq. As we head into 2023, municipal finance professionals have another decision point to consider as they prepare to sell short-term financial obligations: […]
December 16, 2022
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New Jersey Mandates Improvements to State Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure

By Anthony Drollas Electric vehicles (“EV”) are well on their way to becoming commonplace, but in New Jersey, where transportation by automobile is essential, the infrastructure […]
November 28, 2022
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Recent Appellate Court Ruling Refines and Restricts the Reach of the New Jersey Brownfields Law’s “Access Statute”

By Anthony Drollas Municipalities, as the owners and operators of potable water systems, have growing obligations to protect the public from the effects of per- and […]
June 28, 2021

Bill A2617, a worker’s rights bill, Passes the state Assembly.

Author: Alfred Tumolo On June 24th, the New Jersey State Assembly unanimously passed bill A2617, sending it on to Governor Murphy to soon become law.  Under […]
April 19, 2021

NJ Supreme Court Ruled that an Employer Has To Reimburse an Employee for Medical Marijuana Expenses

Author: Alfred Tumolo On April 13th, 2021, The New Jersey Supreme Court affirmed the decision of the Appellate division in Vincent Hager v. M&K Construction and […]
April 21, 2020

Digging up the Dirt on Toxic Soil

State regulation of contaminated soil hauling is finally a reality April 20, 2020 was the deadline for unlicensed soil and debris fill businesses to register with […]