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10/19/2017
Redevelopment / Land Use Law Practice Committee

10/26/2017
The Attorney Disciplinary Process: What To Do If You Ever Receive That Letter

10/27/2017
Motion Day

11/2/2017
Tackling the Legal Issues Involved in the NFL National Anthem Protests

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The Arbitration Selection Committee exists pursuant to Court Rule 4:21A-2(b). The Committee selects attorneys admitted to practice in New Jersey who have at least seven years of experience in any of the substantive areas of law subject to arbitration.

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The Chancery Practice Committee meets at least quarterly to discuss issues relating to the general equity practice and procedures. The Committee strives to host a minimum of one substantive seminar annually on topics concerning the practice before the Chancery Division and one networking program annually to ensure an ongoing open dialogue with the Chancery Bench.

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The Civil Practice Committee meets on an as needed basis to discuss substantive issues of civil law, plan continuing legal education programs and develop a network of professional relationships in the practice area.

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The Corporate Law Committee provides regular informational and educational programs and publications concerning developments in New Jersey and federal laws and regulations affecting New Jersey profit and nonprofit business organizations. Maintains ongoing relations with other professional and business organizations, including the NJ Society of CPA's, local Chambers and others.

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The Criminal Law Committee meets regularly to plan programs, discuss issues of criminal law and practice, support committee members with an opportunity to share and discuss information in a professional non-adversarial environment.

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The Debtor/Creditor Committee shares information and provides education on creditor-debtor issues, including bankruptcies and insolvency proceedings. Maintains an active liaison with interested organizations and other stakeholders, including IWIRC, TMA, NYIC, among others.

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The Elder Law and Special Needs Planning Committee reviews and comments on legal issues of concern to the elderly, their families and caregivers, as well as planning issues of concern to individuals with special needs, their families and caregivers . It shares timely legal topics vitally important to the elderly and special needs community, and presents programming for the practicing Bar and public on these issues.

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The Family Law Committee maintains and improves the practice of family law in Essex County through effective interaction with the family courts and by informing members of current legislation and regulations. Additionally, the Committee meets regularly to offer support and camaraderie, discuss pending practice and legal issues and to plan educational and networking events.

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The Health Law Committee keeps members informed of frequent changes in laws and regulations affecting the provision of health care services through programs, conferences and publications.

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The Insurance Law Committee provides a forum for discussion on the current state of insurance law, impending changes - statutory, rule and by case law - and possible improvements. The committee plans two CLE programs annually and cohosts events and programs with other committees.

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The Intellectual Property Committee provides information and education on developments in patent, trademark, copyright law and unfair competition. The committee regularly cohosts programs and seminars with other committees and other trade and business associations.

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The Labor & Employment Law Committee addresses various areas of labor and employment law, including all aspects of the law relating to relationships between employees and employers. Areas often covered include the attainment, retention and loss of employment and the express and implied contractual relationships between individual and represented employees and employers. New areas recently addressed include social media and employment and immigration/undocumented workers rights.

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The practice of redevelopment law draws from a broad base of knowledge, and cooperation between attorneys in a variety of practice areas, such as environmental law, land use law, municipal law, tax law, and land use law. As Essex County continues to attract new residents, it is imperative that practitioners who practice in these, among other fields, familiarize themselves with the Local Redevelopment and Housing Law, and meet other practitioners whose expertise and skill complement their own.

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The Committee on the Rights of Persons with disabilities meets every six weeks to discuss critical disability rights issues, work on advocacy projects and provide networking opportunities. Current advocacy efforts include the annual county-wide school essay contest, supporting the ABA's disability employment pledge, updating our disability law primer, and eliminating pejorative terms in NJ statutes and elsewhere.

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