As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, many are wondering how it will continue to affect their daily lives. Whether referring to residential or commercial properties, Landlord-Tenant matters prove to be a major concern for many. In an effort to avoid evictions during this State of Emergency, the State has taken several measures to keep residents in their homes. This article is aimed at explaining how these measures will affect both landlords and tenants in the State of New Jersey.
On May 19, 2020, Cheyne Scott will host a webinar discussing pay equity in the workplace. Specifically, Cheyne will be discussing different types of workplace reward systems, job performance dynamics, the gender and racial pay gap, the organizational and legal consequences of pay inequity pursuant to the Equal Pay Act, and employer responsibilities and best practices.
Chasan Lamparello Mallon & Cappuzzo, PC is continuing to represent clients before the New Jersey Courts.
Pictured is Partner, Kenneth A. Porro, Esq conducting a virtual argument before the New Jersey Supreme Court, Tuesday, 4/28/20 in the matter of Christian Mission v. the City of Passaic, which involved a municipal tax appeal matter.
May 4-8, 2020 is Lawyer Well-Being Week. During that week, the New Jersey State Bar Association’s Lawyers Well-Being Committee and the Young Lawyers Division along with the New Jersey Lawyers Assistance Program are hosting a series of wellness webinars. Cheyne Scott will be leading guided meditations during the May 5, 6 and 8 sessions.
Filing a 2020 Municipal Property Tax Appeal May Be a Viable Option to Address the Impact of COVID-19 Upon Your New Jersey Real Estate’s ValueMar 30, 2020
There is little question that the Coronavirus pandemic will have an effect on the property value of New Jersey real estate. One viable option for effected property owners is to address these changes in value by filing a municipal property tax appeal.
We are providing this short note to advise you that Chasan Lamparello Mallon & Cappuzzo has activated our contingency plan to continue normal business operations during this time of national crisis. In response to the Covid-19 Coronavirus pandemic, we have implemented a seamless transition to allow our attorneys and staff to work remotely as necessary. We intend to provide our clients with our usual high-level of legal representation without interruption.
Eight CLMC attorneys were recognized by Thomson Reuters’ 2020 New Jersey Super Lawyers®, a peer-nominated list of lawyers who have attained a high degree of recognition and professional achievement and who exemplify excellence in the practice of law. This marks the 16th consecutive year attorneys from the Firm have been recognized. Partners Ralph J. Lamparello, John V. Mallon, Steven L. Menaker, and Maria P. Vallejo were selected as 2020 New Jersey Super Lawyers®.
We are pleased to announce that Drew D. Krause has joined the Firm as Of Counsel and Leonard V. Jones and Rachel N. Parada have joined the Firm as Associates.
Ellen C. Camburn was recently elected President of the North Hudson Lawyers Club. Prior to serving as President, Ellen served as Vice President and Secretary. The Club was founded in 1915 and has a rich history in the north Hudson area.