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Partner, David R. Dahan Appointed President Elect for Keystone Chapter of CAI

We are pleased to share some very exciting news about our partner, David R. Dahan.  David has been a Member of the Board of Directors for the Keystone Chapter of the Community Associations Institute (“CAI”) for about 5 years.  CAI is an international trade organization for community associations.  CAI promotes...

Hyland Levin Shapiro Attorneys Participate in CAI’s New Jersey Mini Trade Show and Education Forum

On November 10, 2021, David Dahan and Will Hanna attended the Community Associations Institute’s New Jersey Mini Trade Show and Education Forum.  The firm had a display booth and was also a sponsor for this annual event.  The event was well attended and included a fascinating education forum on car...

OSHA Issues Emergency Vaccine Mandate for Employers with 100+ Employees

UPDATE:  Citing potential “grave statutory and constitutional issues” with the ETS released by OSHA on Thursday, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals issued a temporary stay blocking the ETS from going into effect.  The stay was issued in response to a suit filed by multiple parties and was just one...

Biden Administration Issues Federal Contractor Vaccine Mandate

What Happened? On September 9, 2021, President Biden issued an Executive Order requiring employees of federal contractors and subcontractors to get vaccinated against COVID-19.  As part of the Administration’s effort to get as many individuals as possible vaccinated, the Executive Order is broadly drafted to require nearly every employee of...

Governor Murphy Issues Executive Order Mandating Contracting Employers Implement COVID Vaccine and Testing Requirements

What Happened? On October 20, 2021, Governor Murphy issued Executive Order No. 271 requiring that new state contracts, solicitations for contracts, extensions or renewals of existing contracts, and options on existing contracts contain a clause mandating the contracting employer to implement a vaccine-or-testing policy.  The required policy would apply to...

Biden Administration Announces Vaccine Requirement Impacting 100 Million Americans

What Happened? On September 9, 2021, in its most forceful actions in combatting COVID-19, the Biden Administration announced new rules that will mandate all private employers with 100 or more employees to require those employees to be vaccinated or undergo weekly testing.  It is estimated the new rules will impact...

Score for the Cure – JDRF Fundraiser

Hyland Levin Shapiro LLP is proud to sponsor and support Score for the Cure and the JDRF!  Our partner, David R. Dahan, is part of a group that helped organize the upcoming event this Saturday, August 14.  The event seeks to raise funds to find a cure for type one...

There and Back Again: CDC Reverses Mask Guidance and DOJ Says Employers Can Mandate Vaccines

What happened? With COVID infections once again on the rise, federal agencies have issued new guidance regarding masking recommendations for fully vaccinated individuals and whether employers can mandate COVID vaccines as a condition of employment regardless of the vaccine’s status with the Food and Drug Administration (“FDA”). On July 27,...

Peter A. Chacanias’ Article on Riparian Claims published by Wolf Commercial Real Estate’s InfoFriday

The article titled “Beware of the Riparian Claim on NJ Waterfront Properties” was published in WCRE’s InfoFriday|July 2nd 2021.  Peter is a vital part of our Real Estate group with focus on zoning and land use and environmental matters, especially waterfront development issues.  Contact Peter directly at 856.355.2992 or by...

Partner, David R. Dahan Attended and Presented at the 2021 Conference and Expo for the CAI’s Keystone Chapter

On June 17, Partner, David R. Dahan, attended the 2021 Conference and Expo for the Community Associations Institute’s Keystone Chapter.  David was also the presenter at an education seminar at the event on the topic:  Recently Adopted Rules of FHA Certification May Help Your Condo Association.  This was the first...

NJ Supreme Court Sends Employee’s Claims To Jury Without Corroborating Evidence

What Happened? The New Jersey Supreme Court’s decision in Rios v. Meda Pharmaceutical, Inc. reverses dismissal of NJLAD complaint by the trial court and Appellate Division, and allows the Plaintiff employee to take his case to a jury. Rios, a Hispanic employee, complained of national origin and racial discrimination by...