The bill also provides that an essential employee's absence from work due to the virus cannot be considered "on-duty time."
Now is the time for commercial property owners to reevaluate their contracts for snow and ice removal.
With the quick spread of COVID-19, many New Jersey employers are questioning the impact of the virus on the state’s workers’ compensation system.
Chartwell Law named Jennifer C. Brennan and Jonathan P. Spadea as partners effective March 30, 2020.
Chartwell Law announces the addition of Kristy M. Castagna, Patrick J. Santone, and Derek J. Mayhugh.
We will continue to keep you updated as more details of how the hearings will be conducted become available and we will continue our efforts at moving cases forward
If COVID-19 arises out of and in the course of employment is it a compensable illness in NJ?
The NJ appellate division agrees that New Jersey residency, alone, is not enough to confer jurisdiction.
New Jersey’s Governor Phil Murphy signed bill S.447, which will extend in various ways the statute of limitations for civil actions alleging sexual abuse.
Janet J. Lee joins New York City office.
Terrence Mitchell joins Moorestown, NJ office.
Chartwell's Greg Scharaga speaks at Tri-State Camp Conference
Major amendments have been enacted to family leave laws.
Jason D. Lewis joins New York offices.
Nicholas R. Switach joins Chartell Law's New York offices.
Rachel M. Rosenfeld has been named associate in the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania office of Chartwell Law.
New Jersey Governor Murphy signs bill ending bona fide offers.
The Use of Medical Marijuana in Workers’ Compensation
Chartwell Law added insurance defense attorney Jennifer C. Brennan to the firm’s Moorestown, NJ, office.
Chartwell Law added workers' comp attorney Jennifer C. Brennan to the firm’s Moorestown, NJ, office.
John M. Wutz from Chartwell’s Philadelphia office obtained a complete defense verdict
In his fourth straight jury trial victory on behalf of a Chartwell client in a premises liability case, John M. Wutz, Esquire obtained a complete defense verdict
Chartwell Law breaks down proposed New Jersey Bad Faith Statute