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Executors Should Protect Themselves By Properly Closing Out the Estate

The last acts of an Executor of an estate are often making final distributions to the beneficiaries of the estate.  But beware, in New Jersey, before making distributions, an Executor should require each beneficiary to provide a properly executed refunding … Continue reading

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Mark Avera's Closing Argument Sets Up $1.1M Verdict at Trial Over Backbreaking Fall From House Deck |Video|

The destruction of key evidence can kneecap a plaintiff’s case, regardless of any adverse inference instruction a judge may give. In 2017's Fournier v. Derazi trial, however, Mark Avera overcame the destruction of vital evidence to win a seven-figure verdict for a … Continue reading

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Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program (OVDP) Closing in September

The OVDP commenced in 2009, and provided a mechanism for U.S. taxpayers who had not complied with various non-U.S. information disclosure and tax payments to square up with the IRS without risk of criminal prosecution, but at the cost of … Continue reading

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Jenkins Is Closing Early

Jenkins Law Library will close at 3:30 on Friday, March 2 due to the inclement weather. Forecasts indicate the storm will intensify during rush hour and we want to ensure the safety of our staff.Our online services are available 24×7 … Continue reading

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Library Closing for Winter Break

The law library will close today and 5pm and will remain closed over the Winter Break until 7 a.m. On Tuesday January 2, 2018. We Hope you have a safe and restful break. See you next year! Read more detail … Continue reading

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