NFTs, Securities Fraud, and Insider Trading, Oh My!NFTS, SECURITIES FRAUD, AND INSIDER TRADING, OH MY!Learn moreThe NFT industry is ever-changing, as is the government’s regulation of the industry. If you are operating within the industry and are seeking legal advice or have invested in NFTs and believe you have been defrauded, please contact us for a free consultationLearn … [Read more...] about NFTs, Securities Fraud, and Insider Trading, Oh My!
A New Jersey Appellate Attorney’s Guide to AppealsA NEW JERSEY APPELLATE ATTORNEY’S GUIDE TO APPEALSLearn moreThe appeal process consists of two phases: briefing and argument. The party making the appeal the appellant will file an opening brief with the court describing the issues for appeal and their arguments. The opposing side the appellee will file a … [Read more...] about A New Jersey Appellate Attorney’s Guide to Appeals
COVID19, Frustration of Purpose and ImpossibilityCOVID-19, FRUSTRATION OF PURPOSE AND IMPOSSIBILITYLearn moreThe COVID-19 crisis set in, we took a look at the contract defenses of frustration of purpose and impossibility, two defenses our firm expected to see invoked in contract litigation related to COVID-19. We were not wrong, and it is interesting to see how the two defenses … [Read more...] about COVID19, Frustration of Purpose and Impossibility
New Jersey Outside General Counsel ServicesOUTSIDE GENERAL COUNSEL NEW JERSEYLearn moreOutside General Counsel services can be an extension of your in-house legal department, or serve as a one-stop-shop for smaller companies that need a dedicated general counsel. Our lawyers engage with clients, take the time to understand their unique business goals and challenges, and answer … [Read more...] about New Jersey Outside General Counsel Services
US Court of Appeals: Fingerprint Evidence May be InsufficientU.S. COURT OF APPEALS: FINGERPRINT EVIDENCE MAY BE INSUFFICIENTLearn moreIn a recent precedential opinion, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit concluded that reliable fingerprint evidence, standing alone, may be insufficient to support a criminal conviction.Learn moreFOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT … [Read more...] about US Court of Appeals: Fingerprint Evidence May be Insufficient