In the Press
Aug 19 2020
Pa. Justices Won't Extend New Fee Protections To Old Loans 08.19.2020Law360
In this Law360 article reporting on the unanimous decision by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court in Edella Johnson et al. v. Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg LLP, Jonathan Bart comments on the Court’s ruling on the state’s Loan Interest and Protection Law (known as Act 6) amendments.
Jul 27 2020
Biden picks N.J. At-Large, PLEO delegates 07.27.2020The New Jersey Globe
The New Jersey Globe reports that presidential candidate Joe Biden has selected, among others, Wilentz Shareholder Satish V. Poondi as a democratic party leader delegate.
Jun 24 2020
Housing Under Pressure During COVID-19 06.24.2020National Public Radio
In this NPR Marketplace Morning Report radio interview with David Brancaccio, Lynne M. Kizis comments on the legal aspects of surcharges that some businesses may impose on customers to cover the costs of protective gear, rent, insurance, and labor during the COVID-19 public health emergency.
Jun 15 2020
Will We Have to Pay Coronavirus Surcharges to Businesses as They Reopen? Is that Legal? 06.15.2020The Star-Ledger
In this interview with The Star-Ledger, Lynne M. Kizis comments on New Jersey consumer protection laws in the context of businesses imposing Personal Protective Equipment surcharges to cover their costs of complying with health protocols during the COVID-19 public health emergency.
Jun 04 2020
State Court Filings Drop 20% as Judges, Lawyers Cope With COVID-19 Disruptions 06.04.2020New Jersey Law Journal
In this New Jersey Law Journal article covering the decline in state court filings due disruptions caused by COVID-19, Wilentz Family Law Chair Joseph J. Russell, Jr. comments on the status divorce filings during the pandemic.
May 05 2020
How an Amazon App Became the Latest Tool in the Law Enforcement Chest 05.05.2020The Press of Atlantic City
In this interview, Wilentz Shareholder Brett R. Harris comments on the Sea Isle Police Department's video-sharing partnership with doorbell camera company Ring, owned by Amazon, and its potential impacts on personal privacy.
Apr 17 2020
'You Need to Move Things Along': Federal Court Volume Declines But MDL Activity Appears Steady Amid COVID-19 04.17.2020New Jersey Law Journal
In this interview with the New Jersey Law Journal, Joshua S. Kincannon comments on the impact of COVID-19 on mass tort filings in New Jersey’s federal courts.
Feb 27 2020
Filings in New Jersey Courts Continue Long-Term Downturn in Caseload, 2019 Stats Show 02.27.2020New Jersey Law Journal
John E. Hogan, Wilentz shareholder and president of Trial Attorneys of New Jersey, comments on the decline in court filings in New Jersey In this interview with the New Jersey Law Journal.
Dec 31 2019
New Talc Jury Gives J&J Chance To Stem Tide Of Legal Blows 12.31.2019Law360
In this Law360 article, Lynne M. Kizis comments on Johnson & Johnson's opportunity of going before a new jury.
Dec 12 2019
Solimine Joins New Jersey Law Firm Wilentz 12.12.2019The Bond Buyer
In this article, The Bond Buyer reports on school bond counsel Tony Solimine’s arrival at Wilentz, Goldman & Spitzer. Load More