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The New Jersey Planner,
Board Member Beware?

 

New Jersey Municipalities,
Expiring Affordability Controls: Maintaining Affordable Housing in Our Municipalities

New Jersey Municipalities,
Megan's Law Local Official Confidentiality Requirements

Mercer Business Magazine, copyright 2012
12 Weeks = 12 Weeks Under Family and Medical Leave Law

New Jersey Municipalities,
Assessing New Jersey Affordable Housing Units

New Jersey Municipalities,
Local Government Ethics: Suggestions for a Few Nips & Tucks

Mercer Business Magazine, copyright 2007
New Jersey Civil Unions, State and Local Tax Consequences

Mercer Business Magazine, copyright 2007
The Impact of the New Jersey Civil Union Law on Residential Real Estate Transactions

Mercer Business Magazine, copyright 2007
Succession Planning for the Woman Entrepreneur

Town Topics,
The Landowner Liability Act

Mercer Business Magazine, copyright 2005
The School Premium, The Impact of Public Schools on Residential Real Estate Values

Town Topics,
The Inspection Phase of a Residential Real Estate Transaction

Mercer Business Magazine, copyright 2005
Single Women Home Buyers, The Growing National Market

Town Topics,
New Jersey Has Increased Its Death Tax

Town Topics,
The Importance of Building Permits To A Residential Real Estate Transaction

Town Topics,
An Elder Law Primer: Medicaid and More

Town Topics,
Buying and Selling a Home, The Benefits of Legal Representation

Town Topics,
Caring for Yourself and Your Family, A Short Guide to Family and Medical Leave

Town Topics,
New Jersey Recognizes Domestic Partners

Municipal Law Review,
The Continual Vitality of the Time of Decision Rule in New Jersey Land Use Law

Mercer County Lawyer,
The Celebration Continues

Princeton Packet,
Past, Present, Future


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