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CLDDS Procures Published Appellate Decision Invalidating Arbitration Provision of HomeAdvisor’s Website

CLDDS Procures Published Appellate Decision Invalidating Arbitration Provision of HomeAdvisor’s Website

CLDDS consumer protection attorney, Gary Ahladianakis, Esq., was able to procure a reversal by the Appellate Division of the trial court’s ruling requiring a client to proceed to arbitration based upon an arbitration provision that was buried in the “Terms and Conditions” page on HomeAdvisor’s website.  In this appeal, the Appellate Division ruled on the…

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Protecting Your Business in a Post-Covid World

Protecting Your Business in a Post-Covid World

  The Coronavirus disease (Covid-19) exposed serious and previously unconsidered risks in the business world. Businesses that relied upon getting consumers into their doors suffered devastating financial losses. Establishments such as restaurants, car dealerships and the hospitality industry suddenly found themselves unable to service their clients in their traditional manner. In seeking to recover their…

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Employment Opportunities in Law

Employment Opportunities in Law

Carluccio, Leone, Dimon, Doyle & Sacks is seeking experienced professionals to continue our supportive, motivated and, inclusive work environment. Our employees are committed to contributing to a noble mission: serving our clients’ needs first. We offer exceptional career opportunities to our lawyers, aspiring graduates and business support professionals, in an environment that is challenging, rewarding…

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Of Counsel, Gary Ahladianakis of CLDDS will not give up the fight for Ocean County’s local businesses.

Of Counsel, Gary Ahladianakis of CLDDS will not give up the fight for Ocean County’s local businesses.

New Jersey’s top federal judge has said an insurance policy’s virus exclusion barred a group of car dealerships from obtaining coverage from Zurich American Insurance Co. for losses related to the COVID-19 pandemic, rejecting the dealers’ argument that the provision is contrary to Garden State public policy. In granting the insurer’s motion to dismiss a…

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Recent Court Order Will Permit Commercial Evictions to Proceed in Certain Circumstances

Recent Court Order Will Permit Commercial Evictions to Proceed in Certain Circumstances

As I am sure most of you already know, all eviction actions (both residential and commercial) have been stayed since mid-March last year and there are approximately 60,000 cases waiting to be heard throughout the state. There is no news as to when the Courts intend to reopen or how they intend to address the…

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Time is of the Essence for Senior Property Tax Freeze

Time is of the Essence for Senior Property Tax Freeze

New Jersey homeowners who are at least 65 years old or are disabled may be elidable for the state Property Tax Reimbursement. Individuals must have been residents of New Jersey for at least 10 years and must have owned their home for at least three years, as well as have an annual income of $91,505…

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Employers are Permitted to Require COVID-19 Vaccinations

Employers are Permitted to Require COVID-19 Vaccinations

Employers can require employees to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, with certain exceptions.   On December 16, 2020, the EEOC issued guidance and updated the Technical Assistance Questions and Answers  to address mandatory COVID-19 vaccines for employees. Concisely, the EEOC wrote that employers can compel employees to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.  The EEOC continued that the administration…

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Returning Traditional Onsite Work & Employment Policies COVID-19

Returning Traditional Onsite Work & Employment Policies COVID-19

RETURNING TO TRADITIONAL ONSITE WORK FROM TELEWORK/WORK FROM HOME ARRANGEMENTS AND EMPLOYMENT POLICIES RELATING TO COVID-19 As New Jersey schools and business continue to reopen, recent orders, regulations and laws may impact employer’s plans to return to traditional onsite work.  The Family First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) went into effect on April 1, 2020.  The…

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COVID-19 | In The Age of COVID-19 Are Employees Still Required To Report To On-Site Work?

COVID-19 | In The Age of COVID-19 Are Employees Still Required To Report To On-Site Work?

The general rule has been that regular and predictable on-site job attendance is an essential function and prerequisite to perform other essential functions. See EEOC v. Ford Motor Co., 782 F.3d 753, 761 (6th Cir. 2015) (en banc).  Historically, regular attendance at on-site work has been deemed essential to most jobs, which comports with the…

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COVID-19 | CLDDS Anticipates A Surge of COVID-19 Related Litigation!

COVID-19 | CLDDS Anticipates A Surge of COVID-19 Related Litigation!

COVID-19 restrictions and social distancing requirements have made it more challenging for businesses across New Jersey to be profitable.  Though the country and New Jersey are reopening, New Jersey businesses face ongoing restrictions, limitations and in some cases closures.  Many Jersey Shore small and mid-size businesses especially restaurants, bars, and concert venues rely on the…

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