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I just got served with paperwork. What do I do next?

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Get politics out of the N.J. Supreme Court: Opinion

Get politics out of the N.J. Supreme Court: Opinion By Florelee Wan The Supreme Court of New Jersey is not a political battlefield. On Dec. 10, 2012, Gov. Chris Christie nominated Monmouth County Superior Court […]

Motion for Default of CLE

Every jurisdiction has specific requirements for processing and entering a default against a Defendant who has not responded in an action.  The attached powerpoint presents an overview of Federal Court policies, as well as select […]

Time for Senate to cast a vote for diversity: Opinion

On Dec. 10, Gov. Chris Christie nominated to the New Jersey Supreme Court yet another highly qualified Asian Pacific American candidate in Superior Court Judge David Bauman. He was nominated to Superior Court by Democratic […]

Real Estate Foreclosure Procedures in Pennsylvania

To initiate a real property foreclosure in Pennsylvania, the plaintiff must file a writ of execution and an affidavit, to be served upon the defendant, with the sheriff.  Pa.R.C.P. 3129.1(a).  The affidavit must include, to […]

Intellectual Property Rights in China

Mixed Signals: Why China is Right and Wrong to Violate Intellectual Property Rights In China, the trade of counterfeit goods (jia huo) is as profitable as it is pervasive. In 2002, the state-run Development Research […]

Civil Rights Litigation

    By Linda Wong, Esq.I.  THE RETAINER AGREEMENT 1.  Hourly Rates 2.  Contingency Agreement 3.  Partial Contingency Agreement II.  WHO IS PREVAILING PARTY UNDER CIVIL RIGHTS FEE SHIFTING STATUTES? A “prevailing party” under the […]

Litigating Claims Against Public Entities

ASSOCIATION OF TRIAL LAWYERS OF AMERICA   APRIL 2006 Litigating Claims Against Public Entities   I.  The New Jersy Tort Claims Act   No discussion of litigating claims against the public entity would be complete […]

Hot Topics in Employment Law 2005-2006

THE NATIONAL EMPLOYMENT LAWYER’S ASSOCIATION OF NEW JERSEY Annual Conference: Everything you wanted to know about Plaintiff’s Employment Law but were afraid to ask. APRIL 2006 Hot Topics in Employment Law 2005-2006   I.  Law […]

Employment Law in New Jersey Sexual Harassment Cases

I.  Introduction Sexual harassment is not only illegal, but it also invites undue hardship for all parties involved, including the person accused and the accuser. Persons accused of sexual harassment could incur individual liability, under our civil […]

Special Considerations for Fraudulent Transfers

THE ROADMAP FOR FRAUDULENT TRANSFERS The New Jersey Fraudulent Transfer Act sets the roadmap for whether to sue when determining whether your client has been the victim of a fraudulent transfer.  Under N.J.S.A. 25:2-25(a), you […]

8 Cardinal Rules of being a Successful Witness in an Employment Case

8 Cardinal Rules of being a Successful Witness in an Employment Case By Daniel C. Fleming, Esq. February 17, 2006 1. Rule of Authenticity: You are what you appear to be. You’re good to your word. […]

Primer On Letters of Credit

Wong Fleming Primer on Letters of Credit

Look Before You Leap: Special Considerations When Entering an Agency Agreement in Europe

Agency Agreement Europe

How to Get Our Evidence in at Trial and Keep Theirs Out

How to Get Our Evidence in At Trial And Keep theirs Out

American Pharmaceutical Concerns: Intellectual Property Right Issues in China and India

Presented by Daniel Fleming at the Saint Joseph’s University Pharmaceutical Symposium in June 2003. American Pharmaceutical Concerns: Intellectual Property Right Issues in China and India

Starting Off Right – Client Selection and Case Evaluation

Starting Off Right- Client Selection and Case Evaluation

Workplace Harrassment: Update 2002 Do You Need an Expert?

Do You Need an Expert

Sexual Harassment in Education

SEXUAL HARASSMENT IN EDUCATION January 25, 2002 LINDA WONG WONG FLEMING A PROFESSIONAL CORPORATION PRINCETON, NEW JERSEY I.               Applicable laws   The New Jersey Law Against Discrimination, N.J.S.A. 10:5-1 to –42 prohibits  discrimination in places of public […]

Pleading and Proving Employment Discrimination Claims

Pleading and Proving Employment Discrimination Claims Under NJ Law

Contentious Issues in Hiring and Firing: Plaintiff Perspective

Contentious Issues in Hiring and Firing: Plaintiff Perspective By Linda Wong, Esq. and Daniel C. Fleming, Esq. I. INTRODUCTION – THE PROBLEM OF MANAGING MANAGERS TO MAKE SURE THEY FOLLOW COMPANY POLICY AND THE LAW […]

The Aftermath of Faragher and Ellerth: Litigation Hostile Work Environment Cases

Litigating Hostile Work Envirnoment Cases

Title VII Update on Religious Discrimination and Persecution Claims

Presented to the American Conference Institute Employment Law Superconference March 20, 2000. I. INTRODUCTION The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s Guidelines on religious discrimination, 29 C.F.R. 1605, states that when determining “whether or not a practice […]

Attorneys Fees in Civil Rights Litigation

Attorneys Fees in Civil Rights Litigation

Pitfalls in Suing the State

Pitfalls in Suing the State

Hot Tips in Employment Law

Hot Tips in Employment Law

How to Beat the IRS: Dischargeability of Taxes in Bankruptcy

How to Beat the IRS: Dischargeability of Taxes in Bankruptcy By Daniel C. Fleming, Esq. [1] With a few exceptions, the Bankruptcy Code adheres to the age-old rule that in life, only death and taxes […]

Legal Aspects of an International Trade Business

(Or How to Succeed Without Worrying, Thanks to a Good Lawyer!) By Daniel C. Fleming, Esq.  Introduction For the uninitiated, international trade can be daunting and overwhelming. The purpose of this seminar is to give you […]

Taxability of Compensatory Damages, Including Back Pay, Under the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination

Taxability of Compensatory Damages

Doing Business in the Far East

A Primer for Trading with Hong Kong, China, Taiwan and Beyond By Daniel C. Fleming, Esq. Doing Business in Hong Kong I. BACKGROUND Last summer, on June 30, 1997, 155 years of British colonial rule […]

Recent Developments Under the Federal Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993

Recent Developments Under the Federal Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993

Overview of the ADA: Legal Protections for Persons with Disabilities

Overview of the ADA–Legal Protections for Persons with Disabilities

The Treatment of Residential Mortgages in Chapter 13 after Nobelman

By Daniel C. Fleming, Esq. American Bankruptcy Institute Law Review, Volume 2, Number 1 (Spring 1994)   INTRODUCTION   One of the most common reasons for filing a Chapter 13 bankruptcy petition is to save […]

Appellate Division Clarifies the New Jersey Family Leave Act

Appellate Division Clarifies the New Jersey Family Leave Act

A Comparison of the Federal Americans With Disabilities Act and the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination

A Comparison of the Federal Americans With Disabilities Act and the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination