General Business Information

Many transactions begin with the delivery by one party to the other of a letter of intent (“LOI”).[1]  The LOI is a document setting forth the parties’ intent to enter into a transaction and summarizing certain salient business terms.  If the parties cannot agree, it would be better to learn that early on during

On March 21, 2020, Governor Murphy issued Executive Order 107 directing that businesses, including commercial and professional offices, must accommodate their workforce, wherever practical, for telework or work-from-home arrangements.  To the extent employees are unable to perform their jobs via work-from-home arrangements, businesses are required to use best efforts to reduce on-site staff to the

Since COVID-19 swept through the country, numerous articles have commented on the lack of business interruption insurance in commercial property policies based on two key standard policy provisions – (i) the loss of net income caused by “direct physical loss of insured property” and (ii) the Virus Exclusion.  As a general rule of interpretation,

In this communication, we have highlighted certain measures that businesses should consider in connection with the impacts of COVID-19, also known as the coronavirus. Although there is not one plan that fits every business, businesses are encouraged to review these and other matters that impact them or their industry, as well as to take steps