Jerry L. Tanenbaum Teaches Online Seminar On Bullying Laws

Mattleman, Weinroth & Miller, P.C. is pleased to announce that Jerry L. Tanenbaum,¬†head of our education department will be teaching an online seminar called “School Bullying Law: Know Your Rights & Obligations,”¬†on¬†May 4, 2017, at¬†3:00 pm¬†via LawLine. Attorney¬†Tanenbaum’s class will be streamed as a webcast and intends to inform viewers of¬†the intricacies surrounding bullying in […]

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What is New Jersey’s Intoxicated Driving Program?

New Jersey understands the seriousness of driving while intoxicated and aims to take drunk drivers off the road. When a person is convicted of a driving while intoxicated charge, they may be facing a post-conviction intervention to assist in fighting substance abuse and ensure that the person never drives drunk again. Depending on the severity […]

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Can my landlord increase the cost of rent?

When a person decides to rent a house or an apartment in New Jersey, there are laws in place to protect them from¬†abuse by their landlord.¬†New Jersey’s Anti-Eviction Act protects renters from having to pay unreasonably high rent increases in some situations. Unconscionable, or unreasonable rent increases are illegal in New Jersey.¬†Renters are allowed to […]

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