Congratulations to attorneys John M. Scagnelli and William A. Baker of the Environmental and Land Use Group in a successful appeal for R&K Associates, LLC (“R&K”). Scagnelli and Baker represented R&K, the current owner of industrial property in Livingston, New Jersey, in a successful appeal brought before the New Jersey Superior Court, Appellate Division in [...]Former Senior White House Advisor Tapped to Lead Expansion into Washington, D.C.
Attorney, entrepreneur and consultant Moe Vela will head Scarinci Hollenbeck's office in its new D.C. location Lyndhurst, New Jersey, May 14, 2013 – Scarinci Hollenbeck is pleased to announce the expansion of its law firm into Washington, D.C. In addition, Scarinci Hollenbeck is proud to announce that Former Senior White House Advisor Moe Vela has [...]
In a digital world, even small businesses can quickly run out of storage space for their data. To ensure that customer databases, product lists and email systems are all stored securely, many companies are turning to data centers—facilities dedicated to housing computer systems and related components. As highlighted in a recent article in the New [...]Is Your New York Business Prepared to Stop a Data Breach?
Late last month, hackers sent a fake tweet from the Associated Press' Twitter account referencing an explosion at the White House. The tweet caused the Dow Jones Industrial Average to plunge more than 100 points within seconds. This latest incident highlights not only how disruptive data security breaches can be, but also how easily they [...]
A U.S. Bankruptcy Court has granted Residential Capital's request for a 30-day extension in filing its reorganization plan. During this period, the company will be unencumbered by the risk of rival proposals. In a U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Manhattan, Judge Martin Glenn addressed the progress that's already been made in the contentious and ongoing bankruptcy dispute, and [...]
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Cengage Learning, the elite academic content and software corporation, is strongly considering seeking bankruptcy proceedings following the release of disappointing third quarter financial results. In a conference call with reporters, Cengage CEO Michael Hansen explained that the company was forced to borrow the whole of its remaining available credit limit - approximately $430 million - in [...]
Billy Hunter, ousted National Basketball Players Association executive director, filed a lawsuit against the union and its new president, Derek Fisher, in a California Superior Court. Hunter is suing the parties for defamation and breach of contract stemming from his dismissal, alleging that a secret deal reached between Fisher and publicist Jamie Wior to end the 2011 lockout [...]
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Bitcoins have become a popular topic of discussion recently, as lawmakers and regulators address the complex questions revolving around this digital currency. For example, the virtual Bitcoins are now being used more frequently by online sports gamblers to wager on professional and college sports, as the anonymity gives sports gamblers a chance to circumvent federal [...]
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The tax administrations of the United States, the United Kingdom and Australia have teamed up to detect and prosecute those hiding income in offshore accounts, the Internal Revenue Service recently announced. The IRS noted that it found "a substantial amount of data" on offshore accounts held in the British Virgin Islands, the Cayman Islands, the [...]
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One of the many controversies in Washington, D.C. is the dispute arising out of the Internal Revenue Service’s extensive review of applications of exempt organizations using the names with words such as “Tea Party,” “Patriots” and “We The People.” I spent some time explaining to a client how the review process between the IRS and [...]