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Sills Cummis & Gross P.C. 
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101 Park Avenue, 28th Floor
New York, New York  10178

(New York Co.)

Telephone: 212-643-7000
Fax: 212-643-6500
http://www.sillscummis.com



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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:
CorporateCorporate Banking and Finance
Employee BenefitsFashion, Apparel and Textiles
Intellectual PropertyLitigation
Mergers and AcquisitionsPrivate Equity
Private Equity and Venture CapitalReal Estate
Securities LitigationSecurities and Capital Markets
Tax, Trusts and EstatesVenture Capital/Regulated Substances


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.


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The Third Circuit Affirms Test for Joint Employer Liability in Wage and Hour (FLSA) Matters, Distancing from the NLRB Position
Andrew I. Glenn,Charles H. Kaplan,Galit Kierkut,David I. Rosen, January 19, 2016
On November 18, 2015, the Third Circuit issued an Opinion, Faush v. Tuesday Morning, Inc., Civil Action No. 2-12-cv-07137, which addresses whether the Defendant was a joint employer. The court explained that, unlike in the recent NLRB decision discussed in our September Client Alert, under Federal...

Employers Beware of Relying on Handbooks to Create Enforceable Arbitration or Other Agreements with Employees
Dana A. Brady,Charles H. Kaplan,Galit Kierkut,David I. Rosen, October 30, 2015
Employers frequently distribute employee handbooks containing general policies and procedures to new employees. It is not uncommon for employee handbooks to include mandatory arbitration clauses, requiring employees to arbitrate employment-related disputes, rather than litigate them in court. Often...

What Browning-Ferris Means to Union and Non-Union Employers
Charles H. Kaplan,Galit Kierkut,David I. Rosen, September 9, 2015
In a controversial 3-2 ruling, the National Labor Relations Board has overturned three decades of its own precedent and redefined joint employment in a manner that promises to create a sea change in labor relations and business relationships.





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