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One at One Special Announcement – Christine Soto on NJSBA Education Podcast

One at One Special Announcement – Christine Soto on NJSBA Education Podcast

Posted July 27, 2020 in Education Law

Special Announcement – Christine Soto on NJSBA Education Podcast on July 28, 2020 at 2:30 PM Maybe no other area in education has had such a difficult transition with the shut down and more challenges in the reopening of schools then special education. As we look into reopening our schools we need to evaluate and […]

Minority Shareholders and Their Rights

Minority Shareholders and Their Rights

Posted July 17, 2020 in Partnership Disputes

Unlike a publicly held corporation, closely held corporations provide unique opportunities for majority shareholders to oppress minority shareholders. This is true because the controlling majority can often dictate how the corporation is to be run. Further, there is often not a fair market where the minority can sell their shares as they are not publicly-traded. […]

Summer Vacation Parenting Time Considerations for Divorced or Separated Parents

Summer Vacation Parenting Time Considerations for Divorced or Separated Parents

Posted July 11, 2020 in Family Law

Generally, New Jersey Superior Court Judges find that it is in a child’s best interest to spend time vacationing with both parents. Accordingly, the allowance for each party to exercise vacation time is frequently set forth in either a Property Settlement Agreement or Court Order. In New Jersey, it is quite common for a Court […]

COVID-19 INSURANCE CLAIMS

COVID-19 INSURANCE CLAIMS

Posted July 7, 2020 in Insurance Litigation

Medium and small businesses have been hurt by the closings resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic. Restaurants and many other kinds of businesses have been hit especially hard. These businesses paid for business interruption insurance to cover lost income and related expenses, but insurance companies are refusing claims by the owners of these businesses claiming that […]

Lester Taylor Appointed to the Montclair State University Foundation

Lester Taylor Appointed to the Montclair State University Foundation

Posted July 3, 2020 in News

Lester Taylor, a Partner of Florio Perrucci Steinhardt Cappelli Tipton & Taylor LLC, has been appointed to the Board of Trustees of the Montclair State University Foundation. “While a student at Montclair State University I had the opportunity to get a great education and serve as an admissions ambassador and participate in an externship program […]

Florio Perrucci Steinhardt Cappelli Tipton & Taylor Names New Partners

Florio Perrucci Steinhardt Cappelli Tipton & Taylor Names New Partners

Posted June 30, 2020 in News

Florio Perrucci Steinhardt Cappelli Tipton & Taylor is proud to announce that Katharine A. Fina, Brian P. Budic, and Afshan T. Ajmiri Giner have been named Partners of the firm. All three were Associates with the firm. Brian Tipton, Managing Partner of the firm, says, “I have had the pleasure of working with Katy since […]

Special Edition One at One: Bid Thresholds for New Jersey Public Schools

Special Edition One at One: Bid Thresholds for New Jersey Public Schools

Posted June 29, 2020 in Education Law

Today’s Issue: Has the New Jersey State Treasurer adjusted bid thresholds for New Jersey public schools? Answer: Yes. The State Treasurer exercised her authority to adjust bid thresholds for contracting units subject to the Local Public Contracts Law and the Public School Contracts Law. These adjustments become effective on July 1, 2020 and increase the […]

One at One: School is Out

One at One: School is Out

Posted June 23, 2020 in Education Law

Today’s Issue: Will FPSCTT continue to provide New Jersey school districts a ONE AT ONE over the summer? Answer: No. The 2019-2020 school year has come to an end and it is time for all of us to relax and recharge and have some fun this summer. However, we will be back to provide you […]

One at One: Additional Services for Students with Disabilities

One at One: Additional Services for Students with Disabilities

Posted June 19, 2020 in Education Law

Today’s Issue: Are funds available to cover the cost of additional services provided to student with disabilities who graduate or “age out”? Answer: Yes. School districts may submit an amendment to their 2019-2020 IDEA grant application – by June 30, 2020 – for the costs of providing additional services to students with disabilities. Districts may […]

One at One: Compensatory Education

One at One: Compensatory Education

Posted June 18, 2020 in Education Law

Today’s Issue: Does graduation or “aging out” preclude a claim for compensatory education for services not provided during the COVID-19 pandemic? Answer: No. Graduating or aging out does not preclude a claim for compensatory education. The NJDOE has issued guidance encouraging IEP teams convene meetings to discuss services that were not provided and determine the […]

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