New Jersey Supreme Court agrees with position taken by Inglesino, Webster, Wyciskala & Taylor, LLC, deciding that municipal inspector is absolutely immune under the Tort Claims Act from claims arising out of a fatal house fire after the inspector failed to enforce City electrical code. Hazel Hamrick Lee v. Florence Brown, et al.: Reaffirming Tort [...]
In continuing collaboration with Douglas C. Wattoff of Millbrook Aviation, IWWT partner Justin A. Marchetta argues for the utilization of consultants by aircraft buyers.
PARSIPPANY - Township Attorney John Inglesino — referring to himself for one night as "Professor Inglesino" — presented a master class Wednesday night to an invitation-only group of residents concerned about potential redevelopment in the township's massive Mack-Cali business campus. His message to the residents of the Sedgefield and Glacier Hills neighborhoods — invited by [...]
Lisa D. Taylor, Esq. was interviewed on current trends in health care anti-trust for March 22, 2017 issue of The Ambulatory M&A Advisor a publication that covers business, legal and transactional updates and insights around ambulatory care center and physician group practice deal making. A link to the article is as follows: http://www.ambulatoryadvisor.com/antitrust-2017/
Aviation Finance (Part II) by Douglas C. Wattoff & Justin A Marchetta Fixed costs should be simple, consisting of hangar rent, insurance, crew salaries, benefits, training, avionics and chart services, aircraft management fees, a few miscellaneous items, and WIFI if equipped. Considering that crew related costs usually represent about 65% of fixed costs, they warrant special [...]