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  • Wyckoff, NJ 07481
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  • Shore Crossings – 3600 Route 66
  • Suite 150
  • Neptune, NJ 07753
  • (201) 891-3726 tel

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New York
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  • Suite 143
  • New York, NY 10036
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  1. Courtroom Cue: New Jersey District Court Orders Production of Psychiatric Records In Connection with Hostile Work Environment and Emotional Distress

    By: Cristina N. Hyde, JD Last month, the New Jersey District Court ordered the release of psychiatric records related to a  plaintiff’s claims that her colleagues created a hostile work environment and caused her to suffer severe emotional distress.  This action is an important reminder that an employer can compel the release of an employee’s…

  2. Unvaccinated or At-Risk Employees? OSHA has Updated Guidance For That

    By: Cristina N. Hyde, JD On June 10, 2021, OSHA updated its guidance on Mitigating and Preventing the spread of COVID-19.  The guidance applies to all employers and employees who do not fall within the scope of OSHA’s Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS).  It contains both recommendations and descriptions of existing mandatory OSHA standards, but is…

  3. New Jersey Division of Civil Rights introduces amendments to Family Leave Act

    By: Cristina N. Hyde, JD With several of the current rules enforcing New Jersey’s Family Leave Act (NJFLA) set to expire this July, the Division of Civil Rights (DCR) recently announced proposed rules that would broaden family leave protection and build-in the re-adoption of important provisions from 2014, 2019 and 2020, before they lapse. Published…

  4. What we’re reading: 6 titles to inspire you and your business

    By: Cristina N. Hyde, JD This summer, unlike most others, the majority of us have passed our time indoors adapting to a socially distant lifestyle.  Because we’ve had more time on our hands, many of us have also been catching up on our reading.  With this in mind, Campanella Law Office would like to share…

  5. #STOPTHESTIGMA: United States Senators Introduce the Dr. Lorna Breen Health Care Provider Protection Act (S. 4349)

    By: Cristina N. Hyde, JD Campanella Law Office applauds and emphatically supports the introduction of S. 4349, the Dr. Lorna Breen Health Care Provider Protection Act (the “Act”).  Named to honor the emergency physician who took her own life in April 2020 after working on the frontlines of the pandemic and surviving COVID-19 herself, the…

  6. REMOTE WORKFORCE MANAGEMENT CONSIDERATIONS DURING PANDEMIC

    Now that you have been forced to expand, secure, and support a remote workforce… what happens next? By: Peter Jacobson, Director of Business Development, powersolution.com Although the deployment of remote workforces has been gradually growing over a period of several years, the current pandemic has mandated exponential growth of remote workers in a very short…

  7. COVID-19 Updates:  Online resources and Information 

    By: Cristina N. Hyde, JD As the world adjusts to social distancing and orders to shelter-in-place, we want you to know that Campanella Law Office remains 100% open on a virtual basis.  We understand that the avalanche of CDC, state and federal guidance is overwhelming and, while our first responders do their part to slow…

  8. The §1031 Exchange: Why and how to navigate this real estate sale transaction.

    By: Erika Baldino, VP of Business Development, Kensington Vanguard Sometimes, investors find themselves in situations where they are in possession of real property that they would like to sell.  Unfortunately, such a sale will result in a large capital gains responsibility.  Therefore, those investors might consider entering into a §1031 tax deferred exchange (§1031 Exchange)…

  9. March 2020 Quarterly Newsletter

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  10. UPDATE: Misclassification bill will not limit independent contractor status as significantly as first suggested; good news for small businesses, independent contractors and freelancers in NJ

    By: Cristina N. Hyde, J.D. Last month, our office acknowledged that some problematic amendments accompanied the efforts to codify New Jersey’s “ABC” test which businesses currently use to differentiate among employees and independent contractors.  You can read about the originally proposed changes to Senate Bill No. 4204 here.  While continuing to maintain focus on workers’…