|Antitrust Law||Appellate Practice|
|Banking Law||Bankruptcy Law|
|Civil Trial Practice||Class Actions|
|Commercial Litigation||Construction Law|
|Corporate Law||Creditors Rights|
|Energy Law||Environmental Law|
|Gaming Law||Government Relations|
|Health Care Law||Insurance Law|
|Intellectual Property Law||International Business Law|
|Labor and Employment Law||Land Use Law|
|Mergers and Acquisitions||Municipal and Zoning Law|
|Patent, Trademark, Copyright and Unfair Competition||Product Liability Law|
|Public Utilities Law||Real Estate Law|
|Securities Law||Tax Law|
|Toxic Torts||Trusts and Estates, Wills and Probate|
|White Collar Crime|
About this office:
Sills Cummis & Gross, a full-service corporate law firm, with offices in New Jersey and New York, has the capabilities of a New York full-service law firm, but offers the economic benefits of a New Jersey-based headquarters. Our client roster ranges from Fortune 500 to emerging growth and foreign corporations doing business in the U.S.
Our clients know that our goal is to be their advocate and to efficiently resolve the matters we are retained to handle. Given the current economic climate, we are mindful of budget constraints and effectively staff our matters so that we can work within our clients' parameters.
We are service providers and our greatest asset is our client base. To preserve that asset, we keep our clients informed every step of the way. This is why many of our clients have retained us for decades and continue to keep us on the top of their lists of service providers.
For more information, please visit the Firm's website at www.sillscummis.com.
Specific Practice & Industry Groups Details:
Statement of Practice Summary:
Administrative Law; Antitrust; Appellate Practice; Asset Based Lending; Banking Law; Bankruptcy; Biotechnology; Business Crimes; Business Law; Business Litigation; Business Transactions; Capital Markets; Casino Law; Civil Trial Practice; Class Actions; Cogeneration; Commercial Law; Commercial Litigation; Communications Law; Complex and Multi-District Litigation; Construction Law; Copyrights; Corporate Compliance; Corporate Internal Investigations; Corporate Law; Creditor's Rights; Drug and Medical Device Litigation; Electronic Commerce; Employment Law; Energy Law; Entrepreneurial Services; Environmental Law; Factoring Law; Financial Planning; Finance; Franchise Law; Gaming Law; General Practice; Government; Health Care; Hospital Law; High-Tech; Insurance; Intellectual Property; International Law; Internet Law; Labor and Employment; Land Use; Legislative Practice; Licensing; Life Sciences; Mergers and Acquisitions; Municipal Bonds; Nonprofit; Partnership Law; Patents; Pharmaceutical; Product Liability; Public Authority Financing; Public Finance; Public Utility Law; Real Estate; Real Estate Finance; Real Estate Redevelopment; Regulated Industries; Restructurings; Securities; Sec Offerings; Sports Law; Tax Law; Tax-Exempt Organizations; Technology and Science; Telecommunications Law; Toxic Torts; Trademarks; Trusts and Estates; Unfair Competition; Venture Capital; White Collar Defense; Workouts; Zoning Law.
Documents by Lawyers at this office
Abercrombie U.S. Supreme Court Decision and NYC Legislation Limit Employer Practices
Charles H. Kaplan,Galit Kierkut,Joseph V. Manney,David I. Rosen, June 24, 2015
Employers must be vigilant in ensuring that their hiring and employment practices and policies are lawful, in light of a recent U.S. Supreme Court decision and newly enacted New York City laws. Not only do these recent developments affect the way in which employers must handle religious...
EEOC Proposes Rule on Employee Wellness Programs
Charles H. Kaplan,Galit Kierkut,Joseph V. Manney,David I. Rosen, May 20, 2015
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) has issued a notice of proposed rulemaking (“NPRM”) regarding employee wellness programs. The proposed rule outlines and clarifies requirements that an employee wellness program must meet to comply with the Americans with...
The New Jersey Supreme Court Puts Teeth Back Into The “Net Opinion” Rule
Vincent R. Lodato,Beth S. Rose, May 20, 2015
Although the New Jersey Supreme Court has not yet adopted the federal Daubert standard regarding the admissibility of expert testimony, New Jersey evidence rules still require trial courts to serve an important gatekeeping function when it comes to the use of expert testimony in trials. Rule 703 of...
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