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  • Spring 2016 (Vol X, No. 1 )
    • DWI IN THE COURTROOM: Fighting to the Last Breath
    • 2015 YEAR IN REVIEW: Another Busy Year
    • HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION LITIGATION: And You Thought the Traffic was Bad.
    • IN CASE YOU WERE WONDERING: Interesting or Quirky Court Decisions
  • Fall 2015 (Vol XI, No. 1 )
    • MEDIATION: Perfect for Commercial Disputes
    • LOCAL REDEVELOPMENT: You Are Not Powerless
    • A NEW ALIMONY LAW FOR NEW JERSEY: Changes Benefit the Payor
    • IN CASE YOU WERE WONDERING: Interesting or Quirky Court Decisions
  • Summer 2015 (Vol X, No. 1 )
    • ARBITRATION CLAUSES: Court Sets New Standard
    • LIVE BY THE SHORTCUT: Die by the Shortcut
    • THE NEW JERSEY TORT CLAIMS ACT: When You have to Sue a Public Entity - Part Two
    • IN CASE YOU WERE WONDERING: Interesting or Quirky Court Decisions
  • Winter 2014 (Vol IX, No. 2 )
    • 2013 YEAR IN REVIEW: Another Busy Year
    • CHANGES IN LLC LAW: Time to Consider Changes
    • THE NEW JERSEY TORT CLAIMS ACT: When You have to Sue a Public Entity
    • IN CASE YOU WERE WONDERING: Interesting or Quirky Court Decisions
  • Autum 2013 (Vol IX, No. 1 )
    • WELCOME, JAMES: New Blood Joins the Firm
    • LESSONS OF REDEMPTION: Favored Sacred Cow
    • PATENT TROLLS: It Could Happen to You!
    • CASE REPORT: Kubert v. Best - Texting While Driving
  • Autumn 2012 (Vol. VIII, No. 1)
    • TIME IS RUNNING OUT: Gift and Estate Taxes
    • ACCESS TO COURTS : For Import/Export Disputes
    • CASE REPORT: State v. Lenihan
    • RANDOM THOUGHTS: Social Media
  • Autumn 2011 (Vol. VII, No. 3)
    • FPTR Goes Global - Affiliates with LawExchange Intern'l
    • Meadowlands Chamber - Porter Leads Intern'l Business Council
  • Summer 2011 (Vol. VII, No. 2)
    • Our Beloved Partner – Jay’s Life and Career
    • Scott Porter Remembers – Working with Jay Fischer
  • Winter 2011 (Vol. VIII, No. 1)
    • 2010 Year in Review – Significant Work in 2010
    • Anti-Bullying Law – N.J. Now Has the Toughest Law in the U.S.A.
    • No More DWB – Reinfeld Credited for Exposing NJTP
    • Case Report and Opinion – Personal E-Mail at Work (re: Stengart v. Loving Care Agency, Inc.)
  • Autumn 2010 (Vol. VII, No. 3)
    • Effective Counsel – You Need it Because You Never Know (re: FPTR post-conviction relief efforts in two cases)
    • Healthcare Reform – Benefits for You Are Now Available!
  • Summer 2010 (Vol. VII, No. 2)
    • The Achille Lauro – First Action Against a Terrorist Group
    • Buying a House? – Shopping for a Loan is Easier
    • Work for No Pay – So Your Boss Can Live the High Life
    • Not Just Any Fish Story – The African Wild is Lost
  • Winter 2010 (Vol. VII, No. 1)
    • 2010 Off to a Good Start (re: new attorney profiles)
    • N.J. Property Tax Appeals – April 1 Deadline Nears
    • Shameless Plug – Will This Happen to You? (re: cost benefit of decision to retain counsel)
    • Case Report and Opinion – Searching Your Kid’s Car at School (re: State v. Best (NJ) decision whittling down Tinker v. Des Moines School District (US))
  • Fall 2009 (Vol. VI, No. 2)
    • A Diversified Practice – The Benefits in Unexpected Legal Areas (re: important of retaining a firm with geographical diversity, i.e. NJ and NY certified)
    • New Jersey Courts Offer Foreclosure Relief (re: Foreclosure Mediation Program)
  • Spring 2009 (Vol. VI, No. 1)
    • Fairness for you in the Chancery Division
  • Spring 2008 (Vol. V, No. 2)
    • What you Should Know About Buying and Selling a Home
  • Fall 2007 (Vol. V, No. 1)
    • The Drinking Age in New Jersey – The Law, Myths, and Reality
  • 2006 Fall (Vol. IV, No. 1)
    • Is The Goodwill in Your Business Adequately Protected?
  • Spring 2006 (Vol. III, No. 2)
    • The High Price of Employment – What Our Clients Need to Do to Minimize Expensive Employee Law Suits
  • Fall 2005 (Vol. III, No. 1)
    • Don’t Give up the Ship! (DWI charge advice)
    • Former Prosecutors Join FPC
  • Summer 2004 (Vol. II, No. 3)
    • Environmental Cleanup Costs – The Government Giveth and Taketh Away
  • Fall 2003 (Vol. II, No. 2)
    • Estate Planning a Must – Where There’s a Will There’s a Way: Is Your Estate in Order?
  • Spring 2003 (Vol. II, No. 1)
    • Court Supports Employer Flexibility – Arbitration and “Satisfaction” Clauses Boosted, But Beware
  • Fall 2002 (Vol. I, No. 1)
    • New Jersey Expands Employer Liability – Supreme Court Lowers Bar to Suits for Workplace Injuries


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