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Dennis C. Linken is a telecommunications attorney who writes articles on telecommunications, board of public utilities, and public law.
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Tips for Executing Contracts Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic
Author: Dennis C. LinkenDate: April 23, 2020
The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has forced most New Jersey businesses to conduct their operations via a “remote” workforce. So what happens when documents need to be signed in order to become legally binding?
For businesses that are accustomed to dealing exclusively with paper documents, conducting contract negotiation and execution electronically can be daunting. Some concern is justified, as there are mistakes that can be made along the way that may threaten the enforceability of the agreement.
Insurance Co. Aces ABC Test to Defeat Worker Misclassification Suit
A Recent Court Decision Involving a Worker Misclassification Suit Highlights that New Jersey Businesses Can Pass the State's Onerous Independent...
NJ Appellate Court Considers Violation of Underground Facility Protection Act
Violation of New Jersey’s Underground Facility Protection Act Not Necessarily Proximate Cause of Damage to Underground Plant A New Jersey...
What Out-of-State Corporations Should Know About Doing Business in New Jersey
What Out-of-State Corporations Should Know About Doing Business in New Jersey Due to its close proximity to business hubs in...
Consumer Review Fairness Act Prohibits Contracts Banning Bad Reviews
With Consumer Review Fairness Act Passed, Online Reviews to Become More Credible in 2017 Online reviews are poised to become more credible...
FCC Plays Grinch to Holidays Robotexts
December 6, 2016
Why Business Owners May Want to Reconsider Using Robotexts Businesses hoping to boost sales this holiday season should exercise caution when...
Businesses Can Learn from the FTC’s 2015 Annual Highlights Report
May 23, 2016
Businesses Can Learn from the FTC’s 2015 Annual Highlights Report The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) recently released its 2015 Annual...
Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) Exposure for NJ Businesses
October 27, 2015
A recent decision by the Third Circuit Court of Appeals could lead to increased exposure for New Jersey businesses under...
Ban Class-Action Waivers in Consumer Financial Products
October 26, 2015
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is moving forward on plans to ban companies from including arbitration clauses that block...