Norris McLaughlin & Marcus, P.A. has provided high-quality legal services to the business community since 1953. The firm's clients range from multinational corporations and Fortune 500 companies to small businesses and start-up enterprises. Norris McLaughlin has become one of the most respected law firms in New Jersey whose attorneys, several of whom are listed in The Best Lawyers in America, strive to offer cost-effective solutions to business problems. Norris McLaughlin is headquartered in central New Jersey, close to many of the corporate headquarters located in suburban New Jersey. The firm also has offices in mid-town Manhattan and Allentown, Pennsylvania.
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New Jersey Bill Will Authorize Intrastate Crowdfunding Securities Offerings
Douglas R. Brown, November 9, 2015
Crowdfunding has been a popular securities law topic since the 2012 JOBS Act required the Securities Exchange Commission (“SEC”) to implement a path to exempt internet offerings, but has come to a grinding halt while the SEC delays issuing regulations to implement it. It is about to...
Be Mindful of Those Job Offers!
Jeremy E. Deutsch, September 1, 2015
A recent decision in New York makes it clear that employers better be careful about what they tell prospective employees when making a job offer. At-will employees in New York usually have a difficult hurdle to overcome if they want to bring suit in connection with losing their job. At-will status...
Establishes formal budgets for client engagements
Submitted bills electronically
Conduct end of matter reviews
Formalized new associate litigation training/mentoring program
Established records management team to assist clients with records retention, compliance and litigation preparedness
Preferred vendor relationships
Knowledge management program
Has a disaster recovery plan in place