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Ethical Leadership in Education: The Foundation of Trustworthy Governance

Ethical Leadership in Education: The Foundation of Trustworthy Governance

Posted April 26, 2024 in Education & School Law, News

In the complex landscape of modern education, the call for ethical leadership has never been more urgent. This principle extends beyond administrative responsibilities—it’s about nurturing an environment that positively impacts students, educators, and the broader community. As we delve into this topic, let’s unpack what it means to be an ethical leader and the tangible […]

Florio Perrucci Welcomes Students from Holy Cross Preparatory Academy

Florio Perrucci Welcomes Students from Holy Cross Preparatory Academy

Posted April 22, 2024 in News

Our Cherry Hill office once again hosted high school students Holy Cross Preparatory Academy for their annual job shadow day.  Michael Ierino talked to the students about the Consumer Fraud Act and Contractor Lawsuits; Wade Dickey discussed Corporate and Business Law; Brian Budic, alum of Holy Cross, discussed workers’ compensation and family law; and Ashley […]

Understanding Legal vs. Physical Custody in New Jersey

Understanding Legal vs. Physical Custody in New Jersey

Posted April 21, 2024 in Divorce & Family Law

Divorce or separation is never easy, especially when children are involved. In New Jersey, custody arrangements are a crucial aspect of the process. When navigating the complexities of custody, it’s essential to understand the distinction between legal and physical custody, as they play distinct roles in determining parental rights and responsibilities. Legal Custody: Making Decisions […]

Dispelling Myths: Do You Really Need a Trust in Your Estate Plan?

Dispelling Myths: Do You Really Need a Trust in Your Estate Plan?

Posted April 18, 2024 in Estate Planning, Administration & Litigation

As an estate planning lawyer, I’ve had numerous clients approach me with the firm belief that they need a trust as part of their estate plan. While trusts can indeed be valuable tools in some circumstances, they’re not always necessary or appropriate for everyone. In fact, many individuals may find that simpler estate planning strategies […]

The Law Around Us –The Inaugural Episode of “Legally Brewed”

The Law Around Us –The Inaugural Episode of “Legally Brewed”

Posted April 12, 2024 in News

Welcome to the premiere episode of “Legally Brewed”! Today, I had a blast chatting with Mauro Cantatore about all things law and lawyers. We covered everything from those annoying traffic tickets to the headaches of homeowner’s issues and the slip-and-fall accidents. Let’s face it, most of us don’t think about lawyers until we really need […]

Introducing “Legally Brewed” – A Fresh Perspective on Law for Everyone

Introducing “Legally Brewed” – A Fresh Perspective on Law for Everyone

Posted March 27, 2024 in News

I am super excited to unveil “Legally Brewed” – a pioneering podcast endeavor designed to demystify the complexities of the legal world for our listeners, lawyers and non-lawyers alike. This initiative is borne out of a commitment to illuminate the myriad ways in which law intersects with the minutiae of daily life, offering both insight […]

UPDATE: Client Alert: The Corporate Transparency Act Declared Unconstitutional By U.S. District Judge

UPDATE: Client Alert: The Corporate Transparency Act Declared Unconstitutional By U.S. District Judge

Posted March 27, 2024 in Corporate & Business

We recently issued a Client Alert – The Corporate Transparency Act – Federal Reporting Required of Your Business in 2024. Since then, there has been a major development regarding the Corporate Transparency Act (“CTA”). On March 1, 2024, a U.S. District Judge in Alabama declared the CTA unconstitutional, holding that it is not an exercise […]

Robert Devaney Joins New Jersey State Veterans Chamber of Commerce Leadership Board

Robert Devaney Joins New Jersey State Veterans Chamber of Commerce Leadership Board

Posted March 26, 2024 in News

Florio Perrucci attorney, Robert Devaney, has been named to the Leadership Board of the New Jersey State Veterans Chamber of Commerce. With over 900 member businesses, the Chamber is focused on improving the economic environment for veterans and military spouses.  It is open to all veteran-owned businesses with a mission focused on education, Veteran business […]

The Pillars of Governance: The Importance of Board of Trustees Meetings for Small Businesses

The Pillars of Governance: The Importance of Board of Trustees Meetings for Small Businesses

Posted March 25, 2024 in Corporate & Business

When operating a small business, the Board of Trustees serves as an essential component by guiding the organization toward success and sustainability. One cornerstone of effective governance lies in conducting Board of Trustees meetings in strict accordance with the established bylaws. In New Jersey, the bylaws are the blueprint for the governance structure of a […]

Do Grandparents have Visitation Rights in New Jersey?

Do Grandparents have Visitation Rights in New Jersey?

Posted March 14, 2024 in Divorce & Family Law

Brian Budic was recently asked by South Jersey Magazine, “Do Grandparents have Visitation Rights in New Jersey?” Here is Brian’s response: New Jersey Courts have long recognized the unquantifiable benefits of a relationship between children and their grandparents.  Specifically, our Courts have found “[a] very special relationship often arises and continues between grandparents and grandchildren. […]

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