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Blog Category: Business Law / Commercial Litigation

Are Internet Arbitration Provisions Binding?

Jul 27, 2021 | Written by: Tracy B. Bussel, Esq. |

Recently, the Appellate Division in New Jersey ruled that a company wishing to arbitrate disputes must put its clients on notice of its intention to do so.  In Wollen v. Gulf Stream Restoration and...

What To Do If You Are Sued

Mar 26, 2021 | Written by: Tracy B. Bussel, Esq. |

If you have been served with a Summons and Complaint, either by mail or by a process server, you are being sued. Being sued can be a stressful experience. However, if you are aware of the steps to...

Applicability of Contractually Mandated Arbitration Clauses to Third Parties

Mar 9, 2021 | Written by: Jacob A. Papay, Jr., Esq. |

Many courts recognize arbitration as “a favored means of dispute resolution” over litigation, provided there is a knowing waiver of the right to a trial.  Hojnowski v. Vans Skate Park, 187 N.J....

Having Trouble Meeting Your Business Contract Obligations?

Apr 1, 2020 | Written by: Daniel S. Makoski, Esq. |

The coronavirus pandemic has resulted in uncertain times for many businesses. The rapid escalation of governmental orders from social distancing to self‑isolation have left companies reeling. How...

The Important of Due Diligence When Buying or Selling a Business

Jul 20, 2018 | Written by: Daniel S. Makoski, Esq. |

When you are looking to buy a business, expand your existing business via a merger or acquisition, or retire and sell your business, the need for a thorough review of the company that is buying yours,...