Exploring Wines for Summer Entertaining

Bernstein’s Jacqueline Markoff and ShapiroCroland’s Victoria Pekerman invite you to join an evening of wine tasting Join us to celebrate the beginning of summer, and take a light and fun look at some crisp, fresh white wines, intriguing rosés, and delightfully delicate reds. Wednesday, June 13, 2018 6:00–8:30 p.m. Wine tasting, networking, and light bites NYC Wine […]

To Move or Not to Move – That is the question: What you need to know before relocation with children during separation or divorce

In today’s world, people move for endless reasons: love, work, family, or just for a change. Computer and mobile applications, such as Facetime, Skype, WhatsApp, and Viber, to name just a few, enable more frequent, effective and economical contact with your family and children.  All you need is a device and WIFI, and away you […]

N.J. Eminent Domain: Determining Fair Market Value

The Constitutions of both the United States and New Jersey provide that private property shall not “be taken for public use, without just compensation.” In its recent decision in Saddle River v. 66 East Allendale LLC, the N.J. Supreme Court issued an opinion that will have a significant impact on the way in which courts […]

Trademark owners receiving “cease and desist” notices have options

Trademark owners who receive “cease and desist” notices instructing them to cease use of their trademark should consider their options.   Regal Derma recently asked me to review such a notice issued by Derma Regale. Derma Regale, a French skin cream manufacturer, asserted that its exclusive right to use its mark in connection with its […]

Families in New Jersey

Families in New Jersey coping with a loved one suffering from mental illness may feel helpless when their family member resists assistance and poses a danger to themselves and others. The purpose of this memo is to outline three processes through which the patient may be admitted to an in-patient facility for ongoing psychiatric care. […]