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Tax & Estate Planning Chair Jason Marx comments for a story on NJ.com about whether Medicaid is entitled to a lien on the proceeds of a life insurance policy:
While relaxing New Jersey state COVID-19 restrictions is a welcome development for all of us who have endured hardships since last March, for those entities charged with taking reasonable steps to protect the health and safety of others – including condominiums, co-ops, and homeowners associations that operate common facilities – what’s the most prudent course of action to protect unit owners, occupants and guests and avoid liability in this brave new post-COVID world? Michael J. Willner, Esq., a Partner in our Community Association Law and Business Litigation practice areas, wrote an article on this topic for CooperatorNews New Jersey: https://nj.cooperatornews.com/article/relaxing-restrictions-vs-maintaining-caution-in-common-spaces/full#cut
Employment Practice Chair and Partner Frank A. Custode comments for an NJ.com story on whether parents have the right to know if their child’s teacher is vaccinated, a timely issue with the new school year about to begin.
Full approval of the Pfizer vaccine could prompt more mandates from the state’s businesses. Employment Practice Chair and Partner Frank A. Custode talks with NJBiz about the need for further guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention or the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
Employment Practice Chair and Partner Frank A. Custode says that employers who terminate unvaccinated employees may face potential liability, especially if disability and religious-related exemption requests are at issue.
Under the American Rescue Plan Act, certain employees who were involuntarily terminated could be eligible to wipe away health insurance premiums.
Partner Michael Willner spoke with ROI-NJ about the legal issues that are arising in the wake of the Florida building collapse.
What does President Biden’s ask of the FTC to ban or limit non-compete clauses mean for you? Frank A. Custode, Chair of the Employment Practice, spoke with NJBiz about this important development.
Families may rush to create a plan when facing a crisis situation such as when a senior family member is facing an emergent admission to a residential long-term care facility and nothing had previously been done to prepare for such an event. But careful planning in advance can protect your family and your wealth so that your senior family member can enjoy their golden years without the worries and concerns that often come with aging. Jason Marx, partner and chairman of the Taxation and Estate Planning Group and the Elder Care and Special Needs Planning Group, authored an article for NJBiz on this topic.
What’s the most prudent course of action to protect unit owners, occupants and guests and avoid liability in this brave new post-COVID world? Michael J. Willner, Esq., a Partner in the Community Association Law and Business Litigation practice areas, published an article in CooperatorNews New Jersey on this topic.
Michael J. Willner has joined the practice as a Partner in the Community Association Law and Business Litigation practice areas. With more than 17 years’ experience, Michael’s practice is focused on general condominium/cooperative law, commercial and residential real estate transactions, and related litigation. He is an experienced trial lawyer appearing regularly in Courts throughout New Jersey and New York, as well as at mediation and arbitration hearings and ECB hearings.
Jason Marx, chair of the Tax & Estate Planning and Elder Law & Special Needs Planning groups, shares insight on NJ.com for about whether an ex-spouse has the right to know who her ex-husbands designated beneficiary is.
Jason Marx, chair of the Tax & Estate Planning and Elder Law & Special Needs Planning groups, comments in an NJ.com personal finance column about the potential tax consequences associated with the transfer of a deed to a home.
Three Curcio Mirzaian Sirot Attorneys Recognized By 2021 New Jersey Super Lawyers
Benjamin C. Curcio, Esq., Frank A. Custode, Esq., and Jeffrey A. Sirot, Esq. who have been selected to the 2021 New Jersey Super Lawyers list for the fifth consecutive year. In addition, Jason S. Haller, Esq. and Daniel Schlossberg, Esq. were named to the 2021 New Jersey Rising Stars list for the second year in a row.
New Jersey Business published the news about the launch of two new practice areas – Taxation and Estate Planning and Elder Care and Special Needs Planning – as well as the addition of Jason E. Marx, who joined Curcio Mirzaian Sirot LLC as a partner and chair of the two new practice areas.
Law360 covers the story about new Partner Jason Marx, who chairs the new Taxation and Estate Planning and Elder Care and Special Needs Planning practices, and why he joined Curcio Mirzaian Sirot LLC.
Pandemic-related unemployment has raised questions about the enforce-ability of non-compete agreements. Employment Law Practice Chair Frank A. Custode shared his insight into Assembly Bill 1650, which would significantly limit the scope and enforce-ability of non-competes in New Jersey, including making them unenforceable with employees who were laid off.
Curcio Mirzaian Sirot LLC has announced an expansion of its law practice and the launch of two new practice groups – Taxation and Estate Planning and Elder Care and Special Needs Planning. In addition, Jason E. Marx has joined the firm as a Partner and chairs the two new practice areas.
When settling an estate, what tax returns does the family of the deceased need to file? Jason Marx, chair of the Tax & Estate Planning and Elder Law & Special Needs Planning groups, discusses this for a column at NJ.com.
Founder and Litigation Department Chair Benjamin Curcio was selected by his peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America© for 2022 for his work in the category of Insurance Law. Founder and Partner Aristotle G. Mirzaian for being selected by his peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America© for 2022 for his work in the category of Corporate Law.