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The business environment is getting more challenging and complex as companies strive to comply with increased regulation and economic pressures. Mason, Griffin & Pierson, P.C., a business law firm in Princeton, can help companies of all sizes rise to the challenge with legal knowledge in business transactions, regulatory compliance, business banking, and commercial real estate.
Businesses, whether they are small or large, all require transactional legal services. The Princeton firm’s business lawyers partner with you to learn about your business and to understand your goals and objectives. By understanding your goals, the attorneys can better structure your legal transactions and protect your business interests. The team of business lawyers can assist with routine and complex transactions involving:
For over 60 years, Mason, Griffin & Pierson, P.C. has provided legal services to support the development and growth of the local business community. The firm’s comprehensive commercial real estate services include:
The challenge of regulatory compliance for businesses is growing more complicated every day. The firm’s business lawyers have extensive experience with the regulations and business laws governing New Jersey companies and can help represent your interests in the following areas:
Mason, Griffin & Pierson, P.C. is a law firm in Princeton, New Jersey that can help you with a wide range of business law needs. The firm has been practicing law in the community for over six decades and is committed to serving clients throughout central New Jersey, including Princeton residents, businesses and government entities. The lawyers have a depth of knowledge in local business laws and regulations and are well-respected in the legal and business community.
In adversarial situations, the firm’s Princeton business attorneys are seasoned litigators. The firm understands litigation can disrupt your business operations and productivity. Therefore, the business lawyers aggressively pursue effective and efficient resolutions to minimize the impact of litigation on your organization.
Sharon A. Dragan has been named Director and Shareholder with Mason, Griffin & Pierson. Sharon received a J.D. from Seton Hall University School of Law where she served as Bureau Editor for the Seton Hall Legislative Bureau and is admitted to practice law in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. She practices in the areas of local government law, zoning and land use law, real estate law, and estate law. Sharon is Attorney for the Township of Readington, Attorney for Alexandria Township, Attorney for Delaware Township and Attorney for Special Open Space Counsel of West Amwell Township. In her continued service to the legal profession, Sharon served on the District XIII Ethics Committee for several years, the committee that acts as the investigative and prosecutorial arm of the Supreme Court of New Jersey in discharging the Court's constitutional responsibility to supervise and discipline New Jersey attorneys. Sharon is a Trustee of the New Jersey Institute of Local Government Attorneys, a professional organization with the purpose of promoting education and professionalism among local government attorneys. She is a member of the Hunterdon County, New Jersey State and Pennsylvania State Bar Associations.
Mason, Griffin & Pierson continues its support of youth basketball programs in the community. For more information on the Dillon Youth Basketball League go to the Princeton Recreation Department at www.leaguelineup.com
For information on the Montgomery Basketball Association go to www.montgomerybasketball.com
In May of this year, New Jersey joined the growing number of states to enact paid sick leave laws. The New Jersey Paid Sick Leave Act is currently in effect and below you will find certain information that is important for all New Jersey employers to understand.
Who Does it Affect?
The Act applies to New Jersey employers of all sizes, including businesses that are based elsewhere but have employees located in New Jersey. While several New Jersey municipalities already had paid sick leave ordinances, this new state law preempts them, meaning they no longer apply and employers throughout the state are now subject to one consistent set of requirements.
The Act does not apply to a few narrow categories of employees: (1) construction industry employees working under collective bargaining agreements; (2) per diem health care employees; or (3) public employees who are already provided with sick leave with full pay pursuant to any other state law, rule, or regulation.
Mason, Griffin & Pierson is pleased to sponsor Montgomery Township Education Foundation. The Foundation's fundraiser takes place on the evening of February 23 at Cherry Valley Country Club in Skillman, New Jersey. The Foundation is an independent, non-profit organization set up to support strategic programs for the benefit of the Montgomery Township public school children.
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