The issue of whether or not a PIP carrier can be compelled to reimburse an Ambulatory Surgery Center (“ASC”) for surgical procedures that are not listed on the ASC Fee Schedule continues to be decided inconsistently by Forthright arbitrators.
Nicole R. Cassata will be participating in a panel discussion at the NJDA’s 9th Annual Woman and the Law Seminar.
Thomas A. Morrone and Richard W. Fogarty Successfully Defend Jury Verdict in Appellate Division
Mollie F. Hartman will be participating in the Volunteer Lawyers for Justice Divorce Program on April 12 and May 10 at the Wilentz Justice Building, Family Court in Newark. The VLJ is a non-profit organization which provides pro bono legal services to economically disadvantaged adults, children, and families.
Ryan J. Gaffney recently obtained Summary Judgment before the New Jersey Superior Court, Bergen Vicinage, on an issue of a “culpably uninsured” plaintiff.
Ralph J. Lamparello, past President of the New Jersey State Bar Association (2013-2014), will be a moderator and speaker at “Sittin' in with the AJs - The Role of the Assignment Judge in the Judiciary” on Thursday, May 17 from 1:00 to 2:15 p.m.
In the matter of International Center for Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery a/s/o A.S. v. NJM, Richard W. Fogarty successfully appealed a Forthright Arbitration decision which had awarded fees to an ambulatory surgical center (“ASC”) for a surgical procedure which was not listed on the ASC Fee Schedule.
In this week’s episode of the NJSBA Sidebar podcast, Cheyne Scott discusses different mindfulness techniques, the benefits of a daily mindfulness routine and how it can positively impact your legal practice and your life.
Maria P. Vallejo successfully represented the County of Hudson in the Appellat e Division, where a corporate bail surety appealed the trial court’s Order requiring the forfeiture of 80% of a $75,000 bond posted for a defendant.
On April 25, 2018, Maria P. Vallejo was elected to the Board of Directors of Asian Pacific American Lawyers Association of New Jersey (APALA-NJ), which is New Jersey's only Pan-Asian bar association representing the interests of Asian American attorneys throughout the State.