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5 Things to Know When Filing a Mechanics Lien

Contractors and suppliers are fortunate to have strong lien rights in New Jersey.  If they are not paid on a New Jersey job, they can file a lien to speed up payment and protect themselves.  However, there are 5 key things to know when considering filing a lien: General contractors, subcontractors, laborers, material and equipment suppliers, architects, engineers, surveyors and construction managers are all entitled to mechanics lien rights, but only suppliers to supplier directly in contact with the property owner are entitled. A participant in a non-residential project has 90 days from the date the labor or materials were...

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Obtaining compensation for your loved one’s wrongful death

[vc_row triangle_shape="no"][vc_column][vc_column_text]Losing a loved one can constitute a devastating tragedy. When you lose a loved one due to the negligence of another individual or company, you may want to seek compensation for your significant loss. Wrongful death cases in New Jersey involve determining who may bring a wrongful death lawsuit, whom is responsible for a death and what damages apply. If you experienced the loss of a loved one and wish to file a wrongful death claim, it is essential that you hire an experienced attorney to aid you in developing a sound documentation and determining your required damages. New Jersey...

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Common mistakes that leave proprietary information unprotected

[vc_row triangle_shape="no"][vc_column][vc_column_text]Too many business owners neglect to take the necessary steps to protect their proprietary information. Often, they don't realize just how valuable this information is and how risky it can be if it gets into the wrong hands or becomes public. Taking legal action after such information has been disclosed is more difficult if there was no legal document in place to protect it. It also won't undo the damage that's already been done. One of the most common errors that business owners make involving their proprietary information is not requiring the appropriate people to sign nondisclosure agreements (NDAs) and...

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