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November 29, 2022The Saiber Construction Law Column: October 2022
When it comes to contracts, New Jersey courts, like courts in other jurisdictions, enforce them according to their plain and ordinary meaning.
November 23, 2022Trending Law Blog: Will it be the End of §230 as We Know It?
In a recent post by Trending Law blog, Rob Nussbaum highlights the decision by the Supreme Court to grant Certiorari in a recent case concerning §230 of the Communications Decency Act, which grants immunity to internet services from liability based on words used by third parties who use their platforms.
November 17, 2022Trending Law Blog: A Possible ‘High Noon’ for Social Media Platforms Looms at the Supreme Court
In a recent post by Trending Law Blog, Rob Nussbaum discusses the latest developments in the NetChoice LLC First Amendment cases, and their potential to be heard in the Supreme Court of the United States.
November 2, 2022IRS Announces Increases to Estate, Gift and Generation Skipping Transfer Tax Amounts for 2023
The basic exclusion amount is the total amount that an individual may pass by gifts made during his or her lifetime or by devises and bequests at his or her death without liability for federal estate, gift or generation skipping transfer tax.
October 31, 2022Saiber Gaming Attorneys Author Numerous Chapters in The Legal 500’s Gambling Law Comparative Guide
Saiber gaming attorneys Jeremy Kleiman, Kevin Hayes, and Melanie laCour have authored several chapters of The Legal 500’s inaugural Gaming Law Comparative Guide.
October 20, 2022Proposed New Jersey Legislation Seeks to Improve Working Conditions for Temporary Workers
The New Jersey Legislature is now considering a revised bill from Governor Murphy, which would, among other things, require businesses to pay temporary workers no less than the average rate of pay and require them to offer no less than the equivalent benefits offered to their regular employees.
September 19, 2022The Saiber Construction Law Column: September 2022
In a recent article for Metro Builders’ Onsite Magazine, Rob Nussbaum discusses the economic-loss doctrine and highlights a recent construction lawsuit in North Carolina that illustrates its relevance for contractors in New Jersey.
September 8, 2022Trending Law Blog: The NetChoice LLC Texas Case: Stay by Fifth Circuit Vacated by the Supreme Court
In a recent post by Trending Law Blog, Rob Nussbaum discusses the developments in the NetChoice LLC case, which involved a new law in Texas that attempted to limit a large number of social media companies from moderating content on their websites.
August 31, 2022District of New Jersey Publishes Updated COVID Safety Protocols
As part of the District of New Jersey’s continuing response to the ongoing public health emergency and in light of updated public health guidance and the current extent of the spread of COVID-19 in the state, on August 23, 2022, Chief Judge Freda L. Wolfson of the District of New Jersey issued Standing Order 2022-02, which updated the District’s COVID Safety Protocols.
August 24, 2022Trending Law Blog: Section 230 Dodges Another Judicial Bullet
In a recent post by Trending Law Blog, Rob Nussbaum discusses a new case concerning Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act which protects internet platforms that are sued for republishing third-party content on their websites.