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Cooper Levenson, P.A. 

Size of Organization: 80
Year Established: 1957
Web Site: http://www.cooperlevenson.com

Telephone: 609-344-3161
Fax: 609-344-0939

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Full service gaming, business, & litigation firm founded in Atlantic City in 1957, serving businesses all over New Jersey and the globe.

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U.S. Federal Litigation Activity
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Highest number of cases by Cooper Levenson, P.A.:
Labor and Employment (17 cases in past two years)
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Total number of Peer Review Rated lawyers of Cooper Levenson, P.A.: 30

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Developing a Cyber Risk Management Strategy
September 2, 2015
Developing cyber risk management strategies before the occurrence of an adverse event reduces the cost and duration of loss. To accomplish this task, you must first understand your risk profile throughout the life cycle (analysis, mitigation, and monitoring) of an adverse cyber event. In the long...

Home Modificiations: It is the Unusual Case that Warrants Extraordinary Relief
James P. Paoli, September 1, 2015
On December 5, 2014, the Appellate Division addressed whether an employer must provide home modifications for an employee in Loeber v. Fair Lawn Board of Education, A-1990-13T1 (App. Div.). The employee was involved in a work-related accident in November 2009, which resulted in partial paralysis...

Occupational Claim Denied Where Doctor Testifies that Complaints are Not Uncommon for Similarly Aged Persons
James P. Paoli, September 1, 2015
Pursuant to the Appellate Division's findings, the Petitioner's occupational claim was dismissed and a portion of his specific accident claim was dismissed. The Petitioner filed a claim petition against his employer alleging injury to his cervical spine as well as to his ribs as a result of an...


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