Category Archives: Litigation

Restricted Stock Units vs. Restricted Equity Grants

Restricted Stock Units vs. Restricted Equity Grants These two vehicles for granting equity are often confused, and they have vastly different outcomes. RSU’s An RSU is a contractual right to receive stock at a future date based on vesting criteria, typically time based vesting but it can also be performance vesting. A recipient receives a…
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Ban The Box Update: What employers need to know about background checks.

Enforcement officials signal focus on pre-employment background check compliance; non-compliant job postings provide fertile ground for litigation. New York and New Jersey are among the more than 30 states across the nation that have adopted legislation precluding employers from querying job applicants’ criminal history -- so-called “Ban the Box” laws.  Recent enforcement proceedings and guidance…
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Medical Practice Transactions – Employment, Compensation, & Contractual Issues for Physicians and Medical Practices

  Medical Practice Transactions necessarily implicate Employment, Corporate and Regulatory issues for both the buyers and sellers.  OlenderFeldman LLP regularly advises physicians as well as medical practices on navigating these issues. For more information on the range of considerations implicated by transactions in the medical field, follow this link:https://www.olenderfeldman.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/Client-Alert-Helping-Physicians.pdf For additional information, please contact: Craig D.…
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New Jersey Paid Sick Leave Act – effective October 29, 2018

The New Jersey Paid Sick Leave Act goes into effect on October 29, 2018.  The Act applies to all New Jersey Employers.  It provides for mandatory sick leave to employees, including part-time, student, and seasonal workers.  For more information, follow this link: Client Alert NJ Paid Sick Leave - L.Paxton. OlenderFeldman has a new HR…
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