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    • Tim Farrow Named 2017 Top Attorney by SJ Magazine

      Congratulations to Dash Farrow, LLP partner Tim Farrow for being named a 2017 Top Attorney by SJ Magazine! Photo Credit “David Michael Howarth Photography” From South Jersey Magazine: “Every year, we ...

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    • Tim Farrow Named 2016 Top Attorney by SJ Magazine

      Congratulations to Dash Farrow, LLP partner Tim Farrow for being named a 2016 Top Attorney by SJ Magazine! Photo Credit “David Michael Howarth Photography” From South Jersey Magazine: “Every year, we ...

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    • As Many As 20K NJ DWI Cases Could Get Thrown Out

      More Than 20,000 People Charged with DWI Could Get Some Sort of “Relief” Because of a Falsifying-Records Scandal Excerpt from Patch.com Article By Tom Davis (Patch Staff) More than 20,000 people ...

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    • Tim Farrow Named 2017 Top Attorney by SJ Magazine

      Congratulations to Dash Farrow, LLP partner Tim Farrow for being named a 2017 Top Attorney by SJ Magazine! Photo Credit “David Michael Howarth Photography” From South Jersey Magazine: “Every year, we ...

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    • Tim Farrow Named 2016 Top Attorney by SJ Magazine

      Congratulations to Dash Farrow, LLP partner Tim Farrow for being named a 2016 Top Attorney by SJ Magazine! Photo Credit “David Michael Howarth Photography” From South Jersey Magazine: “Every year, we ...

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    • Paid-Sick Leave & Equal-Pay Bills Challenge for NJ Businesses

      Originally from NJSpotlight.com by Marcus Rayner “Sick-leave and equal-pay proposals aren’t inherently bad, but they can make it difficult if not expensive for fair-minded businesses to operate. One ...

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    • Website Terms and Conditions

      When operating a website it is important to include a set of terms and conditions that customers will be able to access to understand your business policies. There is no pre-determined formula for ...

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    • Website Agreements: Browse-wrap vs. Clickwrap Agreements

      Websites today are becoming increasingly more sophisticated in the way they engage and interact with customers. The monetization of the Internet has led to many advances in how people buy goods, do ...

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    • Bail Reform Act Major Change to NJ Criminal Justice System

      N.J. Rethinks Bail – Who Gets Out, Who Stays Jailed Originally by Maddie Hanna via Trenton Bureau “As of Sunday, suspects arrested in New Jersey will no longer face the prospect of being stuck in jail ...

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    • Homicide

      Homicide charges comprise the most serious offenses under New Jersey law. Homicide is defined as the taking of a life by another human being, and is split into different categories, depending on the ...

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    • Ruling Draws Warning That Police May Skip Warrants to Draw Blood

      Dash Farrow partner Tim Farrow was recently asked by the New Jersey Law Journal to comment on the New Jersey Supreme Court’s recent ruling in the case of State v. Zalcberg , regarding blood draws by ...

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    • Eyewitness Identification Requires Careful Examination

      Misidentification by eyewitnesses still happens in NJ but much less thanks to changes in our law. I have successfully challenged witness identifications and carefully examine them in every case, but ...

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    • Will I lose my license for a DUI?

      If you’ve been arrested for driving under the influence (DUI), you may want to inquire about the consequences you face, like, “Will I lose my license for a DUI?” You will benefit from the help of a ...

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    • Ruling Draws Warning That Police May Skip Warrants to Draw Blood

      Dash Farrow partner Tim Farrow was recently asked by the New Jersey Law Journal to comment on the New Jersey Supreme Court’s recent ruling in the case of State v. Zalcberg , regarding blood draws by ...

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    • As Many As 20K NJ DWI Cases Could Get Thrown Out

      More Than 20,000 People Charged with DWI Could Get Some Sort of “Relief” Because of a Falsifying-Records Scandal Excerpt from Patch.com Article By Tom Davis (Patch Staff) More than 20,000 people ...

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    • Paid-Sick Leave & Equal-Pay Bills Challenge for NJ Businesses

      Originally from NJSpotlight.com by Marcus Rayner “Sick-leave and equal-pay proposals aren’t inherently bad, but they can make it difficult if not expensive for fair-minded businesses to operate. One ...

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    • At Will Employees in New Jersey

      Employees generally fall into two categories, “at will” and “for cause.” These two types of employees are very different and have different implications for employers, especially with regards to when ...

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    • Employees vs. Independent Contractors

      An important question for any employer is to determine whether to treat workers as traditional employees or independent contractors. There are substantial differences between how workers are treated ...

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    • Five Mistakes to Avoid In New Jersey Estate Administration

      New Jersey may have high taxes and crowded highways, but one thing it does have going for it is relatively simple probate process. Even though the process is straightforward, here are some common ...

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    • The Four C’s of Elder Law Ethics

      Or, Why Do I Have To Sit In The Reception Area? Very often, an older client will come to my office for an initial consultation for estate planning, and they will bring their son, daughter, or ...

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    • How to Avoid Foreclosure in New Jersey

      How to Avoid Foreclosure in New Jersey It is not at all uncommon to fall a month behind on your mortgage. If it is caused by a simple mistake or you one difficult month, then it’s not something to ...

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    • Increase in Arrests at NJ Schools for Potential Threats

      Several districts dealt with police investigations and arrests on Monday as NJ continues to be on edge following the Florida shootings. From Patch.com: “Several school districts dealt with security ...

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    • Josh Huff Arrested for Speeding, Gun, Marijuana on Walt Whitman Bridge

      Originally by CBS Local Philadelphia.com by Trang Do “Sources tell Eyewitness News police pulled over Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Josh Huff for allegedly speeding on the Walt Whitman bridge ...

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    • Paid-Sick Leave & Equal-Pay Bills Challenge for NJ Businesses

      Originally from NJSpotlight.com by Marcus Rayner “Sick-leave and equal-pay proposals aren’t inherently bad, but they can make it difficult if not expensive for fair-minded businesses to operate. One ...

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    • Using Provisional Patent Applications to Protect Inventions

      When individuals and small companies develop an invention it is often necessary to license the invention to others to monetize the invention. However in doing so there is a risk that the companies you ...

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    • Business Owner Limited Liability Protection

      There are many business formations in New Jersey that offer limited liability protection to its owners. However, this protection is not absolute and needs to be protected at all times. It is important ...

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    • NJ Pot Legalization Experiment Expected Soon

      With Phil Murphy’s election as governor, marijuana legalization is all but certain in New Jersey. Excerpt from Patch.com Article By Tom Davis (Patch Staff) Will you be able to buy pot at your local ...

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    • Josh Huff Arrested for Speeding, Gun, Marijuana on Walt Whitman Bridge

      Originally by CBS Local Philadelphia.com by Trang Do “Sources tell Eyewitness News police pulled over Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Josh Huff for allegedly speeding on the Walt Whitman bridge ...

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    • NJ Rule Change Ensures Lawyers Do Not Face Disciplinary Charges

      Originally from New Jersey Law Journal by Michael Booth “The New Jersey Supreme Court is considering a rule change that would ensure that lawyers who represent growers of medical marijuana don’t face ...

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    • Anti-poverty Volunteer Profits from Homeless Man's House Sale

      Dash Farrow attorney Mary Chatten was quoted in an article written by the Associated Press entitled, “Anti-poverty volunteer profiting from homeless man’s house sale.” The article, which was published ...

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    • Ruling Draws Warning That Police May Skip Warrants to Draw Blood

      Dash Farrow partner Tim Farrow was recently asked by the New Jersey Law Journal to comment on the New Jersey Supreme Court’s recent ruling in the case of State v. Zalcberg , regarding blood draws by ...

      Read More
    • Eyewitness Identification Requires Careful Examination

      Misidentification by eyewitnesses still happens in NJ but much less thanks to changes in our law. I have successfully challenged witness identifications and carefully examine them in every case, but ...

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    • Understanding New Jersey’s “Exit Tax”

      The “Exit Tax” is Not Even a Tax, It Is An Estimated Tax Payment. When a home is sold in New Jersey, sellers have to make an estimated tax payment at the time of closing. This estimated tax payment is ...

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    • Huge Homeowner Tax Break Expires December 31, 2016

      Capitalize on Last-Minute Tax Breaks by Contacting a Real Estate Attorney An advantageous tax break expires December 31, 2016, bringing serious financial implications to homeowners in need of a short ...

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    • NJ Leads the Nation in Zombie Foreclosures

      New Jersey currently has over 4,000 zombie foreclosure properties, highest in the US The foreclosure crisis in New Jersey is creating unique opportunities for buyers of distressed properties, whether ...

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