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November 3, 2022 Eric Flaim Consumer Bankruptcy, Business Law

The New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act (“NJCFA”) and How LLCs/Corporations can Utilize the NJCFA

The New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act (“NJCFA”) is generally regarded as one of the strongest consumer protection laws in the United States.

September 19, 2022 David L. Stevens Bankruptcy, Business Bankruptcy, Business Law

Can a Foreign Citizen File Bankruptcy in the United States?

Internationally, the United States is looked at as a land of opportunities. Many come here seeking better business opportunities, educational benefits, or any other route to the American Dream....

June 16, 2022 David L. Stevens Bankruptcy, Business Bankruptcy, Business Law, Credit

What Happens When a Company Subject to a Collective Bargaining Agreement Declares Bankruptcy?

Under the bankruptcy code, a debtor my reject certain “executory contracts” as they can be considered liabilities to the estate. What this means is that a debtor may choose to assume, or reject,...

November 17, 2020 John J. Scura III Corporate Litigation, Business Law

What is a Merchant Cash Advance?

A Merchant Cash Advance (“MCA”) allows an MCA provider (“buyer) to purchase future credit or debit card sales from the merchant (“seller”). The payback amount depends on the merchant’s sale volume....

August 17, 2017 Scura Law Firm Business Law

Defending Against a NJ Construction Lien Claim

If you are a property owner who has had a construction lien filed against your property, you may have defenses allowing you to discharge the lien at the lien claimant’s expense. Liens against...

June 7, 2017 Guillermo J. Gonzalez Business Law

Should I make my Start-Up Company a Limited Liability Company or a Corporation?

As a full service law firm, Scura, Wigfield, Heyer, Stevens & Cammarota LLP provides legal services and advice to both established corporate entities and start-up companies. One of the most common...

January 23, 2017 David E. Sklar Bankruptcy, Chapter 11, Business Law

A Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Plan Can Help a Business With Heavy Debt

Many business owners find themselves in a situation where they are saddled with debt and can see no way out. These businesses may even own real property facing foreclosure. An insolvency proceeding...

September 29, 2016 Scura Law Firm Bankruptcy, Business Law

How Should a NJ Business Owner File for Personal Bankruptcy?

If you file personal bankruptcy and you own a business you have to be careful on the impact the bankruptcy will have. The first thing that has to be determined is the type of ownership structure,...

June 10, 2015 Scura Law Firm Business Law

New Jersey Business Dispute: Split Referral Fees

Have you ever wondered how referrals work in law firm in New Jersey? Check out how the New Jersey Court Rule allows division of fees to avoid business disputes.

February 13, 2015 Christopher J. Balala Bankruptcy, Business Law

Licensee Rights in a Business Bankruptcy Proceeding

Business Bankruptcy & Licensee Rights

The rights afforded to a licensee under Section 365(n) trump "free and clear" sales under Section 365(f). This was the holding in a recent decision by Judge...

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