Yearly archive for 2018

Employers scramble to comply with Earned Sick Leave changes in New Jersey

earned sick leave

Starting October 29, 2018 most New Jersey employers are now required to provide employees with earned sick leave to: Care for their own, or a family member’s, physical/mental health or injury; address domestic or sexual violence; attend a child’s school-related meeting, conference, or event; or take care

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NJ Attorney Susan Radom addresses ethics at NJICLE 2018 Community Association Law Summit

Radom & Wetter Attorney Susan Radom presents ethics to fellow attorneys and community association leaders at NJICLE 2018 Community Association Law Summit Radom & Wetter partner Susan J. Radom, Esq., presented a session on ethics at the NJICLE 2018 Community Association Law Summit. The day-long event on

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Radom & Wetter launches new website

Radom & Wetter Attorneys at Law launches new website to highlight the firm’s experience in Community Association Law, Business Law, and Personal Law in New Jersey Radom & Wetter is pleased to announce the launch of a new website (, providing a comprehensive list of the firm’s

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Community Association Law Makes a Splash

New Jersey Public Recreational Bathing Code Amendments New rules and regulations updating the New Jersey State Sanitary Code, Chapter IX – Public Recreational Bathing, N.J.A.C. 8:26 became effective on January 16, 2018. Community Association swimming pools, wading pools and hot tubs/spas are considered public recreational bathing facilities

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Changes in NJ Alimony

“Beginning in 2019, the spouse who pays alimony will no longer take the alimony payments as a tax deduction,” notes Larry J. Nagy, Of Counsel for Radom & Wetter, Attorneys at Law. At the same time, the spouse who receives the money no longer includes the alimony

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