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Seven Things Businesses Can Do About Identity Theft

If you have ever had your credit card compromised, you understand the havoc that identity theft can create. Now imagine if that happened to your business. Given the harm it can do to your reputation and bottom line, business identity theft should be on the

The Courts, Not President Obama, Will Decide Same-Sex Marriage

President Barack Obama grabbed the headlines last week in his support of same-sex marriage. The political pundits dominated the evening news with talk about the national political ramifications, and politicians defined each other’s position on the subject. However, few news accounts or talking heads considered

Kwon’s Failure to Withdraw Makes History

Judicial nominees who withdraw their names when they know they don’t have the votes for confirmation are never remembered very long. Philip Kwon, on the other hand, has made his mark on New Jersey history by either becoming the first or one of very few

Security Breaches Can Lead to Costly Business Lawsuits

Security breaches can often lead to costly business lawsuits and other legal headaches, just ask Sony Corp. The company suffered two serious data breaches last summer and is still dealing with the legal and public relations fallout. Sony’s security breach was ultimately the second-largest online data breach

Strange Bedfellows – Distribution of Electricity

One would think a casino operator and a church would be unlikely to agree on much, but in an opinion only a lawyer could love, they did indeed find common ground.  It all arises out of a recent New Jersey Tax Court decision, which held that the