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Capehart & Scatchard, P.A. 
Mount Laurel, New Jersey Office
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Suite 300 S, 8000 Midlantic Drive
Mount Laurel, New Jersey  08054

(Burlington Co.)

Telephone: (856) 234-6800
Fax: (856) 235-2786
http://www.capehart.com

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About this office:

Founded more than 135 years ago, Capehart Scatchard is a full-service, diversified law firm of over 70 attorneys practicing in seven offices in more than a dozen major areas of law. We serve large and small businesses, public entities, non-profit organizations, academic institutions, governments, entrepreneurs and individuals. Dedicated to providing value to clients and their businesses by combining professional skill, technology and a thorough understanding of clients' needs, Capehart Scatchard's mission is to deliver superior legal services responsively and in a cost-effective manner. We have committed our professionals, resources, and years of experience to continuing legal excellence in every facet of our operations. Just another way to serve clients better.

The Firm considers technology and its benefits an integral part of our operations. Our offices are linked for full communications by telephone, fax, e-mail, and video conferencing. The firm-wide communications and network set-up allow the Firm to allocate resources, as needed, as well as to establish direct, secure links with clients and their legal departments, thus enhancing the responsiveness and efficiency of our client service.

Recognizing the value and importance of community involvement, Capehart's attorneys have traditionally been active in community, civic and cultural affairs, in bar and other professional activities, and in state and local government. Many lawyers assume leading roles in civic and professional organizations, and several have served the government in elected or appointed positions. The Firm actively supports the diverse non-legal pursuits of its attorneys.



 

Specific Practice & Industry Groups Details:
Banking and Financial ServicesBankruptcy/Creditors' Rights
Business and Banking LitigationBusiness and Tax
Commercial LitigationElder Law
EnvironmentalFamily Law
FranchisingIntellectual Property
Labor and EmploymentLitigation
Professional LiabilityPublic Finance
Real Estate and Land UseRegulatory & Governmental Affairs
School Law (and Special Education)Transportation Group
Wills, Trusts and EstatesWorkers' Compensation


Statement of Practice Summary:
Administrative Law; Alternative Dispute Resolution; Appellate Practice; Banking Law; Bankruptcy; Business Law; Civil Law; Civil Rights; Commercial Litigation; Commercial Law; Construction Law; Creditors' Rights; Estates; Elder Law; Environmental Law; Family Law; Governmental Affairs; Land Use; Financial Services Law; Franchising; Insurance Litigation; Intellectual Property; Labor And Employment; OSHA; Products Liability; Professional Liability; Malpractice Defense; Medicare And Medicaid; Mergers And Acquisitions; Public Finance; Real Estate; Tax Law; Regulatory Law; School Law; Special Education; Torts; Transportation; Wills; Trusts; Workers' Compensation Defense; Zoning Law.

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Public Employee Has First Amendment Right to Refuse Flu Shot
Ralph R. Smith, August 4, 2014
The New Jersey Appellate Division recently handed down a significant decision regarding a public employee’s First Amendment right to freedom of expression.

Tort Claims Act Plan or Design Immunity Upheld Based Upon Plan of Other Public Body
Betsy G. Ramos, August 4, 2014
Public entities are statutorily immune from bodily injury claims if they can prove that the injury was caused by the plan or design of public property which was approved by the governing body of the public entity. The Tort Claims Act also provides for plan and design immunity to public entities for...

Continuing Tort Claim Not Barred By Failure of Plaintiffs to File Within Two-Year Statute of Limitations
Betsy G. Ramos, July 11, 2014
Herbert and Karen Wreden served a tort claims act notice against the Township of Lafayette on January 28, 2008, due to the Township’s construction of a retaining wall and water drainage adjacent to the Wredens’ property. As a result of this construction, water was directed onto their...




Year Established: 1876

Representative Clients:
Broadspire; BankAtlantic; Bentley Management Co.; Burger King Corp.; Burlington County College; CIGNA Corp.; Chartis; Coastal Corp.; Conrail; Crawford & Co.; E.I. DuPont de Nemours & Co.; ESIS; Family Service; First Union Capital Markets; Foster/Wheeler Corp.; Gallagher Bassett; Hanover Insurance Co.; Harleysville Insurance Co.; Houghton Chemical Corp.; Inservco; Lipinski Landscape and Irrigation; Marriott; Melitta Foodservice Corp.; Metrologic Instruments, Inc.; New Jersey Senate; Norfolk Southern; Occidental Chemical Co.; PMA; PNC Bank; Paine Webber Inc.; Rutgers University; Sedgwick; Southern Railroad of NJ; SL Industries, Inc.; St. Barnabas Hospital; Verizon; Volkswagen of America, Inc.


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