On February 3, 2022, New Jersey’s Appellate Division issued a decision for publication addressing the scope of the common law litigation privilege and, among other things, whether that privilege attaches to the filing of a notice of lis pendens. This article will explore the basic concepts of portions of this somewhat complicated case.

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A universal vaccine mandate comes to New York employers courtesy of New York City’s Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.

Compliance in Your Office

Effective this week, in accordance with the Commissioner of the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene’s December 13, 2021 Order, all private employers with employees or workplaces

Construction contracts generally outline various scenarios in which a party can terminate the contract.  In one common scenario, a contractor is permitted to terminate its subcontractor “for cause” if the subcontractor provides deficient work or fails to meet the project schedule.  Contracts often describe this type of deficiency as a “failure or neglect to carry