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July 2017

The Unintended User in Product Liability Law

2017-07-17T21:37:04+00:00July 17th, 2017|Business Law, Civil Litigation, Product Liability|

Plato wrote "[t]he most effective kind of education is that a child should play amongst lovely things." In the modern era, some lovely products grab a child's attention and invite play, but the lessons learned may include injurious ramifications. Several products are manufactured solely for use by adults. Are product warnings directing that children [...]

February 2017

Whistleblower Suit Accuses Chubb of Destroying Claims Evidence

2017-02-24T16:31:27+00:00February 27th, 2017|Business Law, Civil Litigation, JMS in the News|

Charles Toutant / New Jersey Law Journal - A former vice president of claims for Chubb Corp. claims in a suit that he was fired for complaining about the destruction of evidence in cases the company was litigating. Meanwhile, the company has filed a separate complaint in federal court seeking to compel arbitration in [...]

November 2016

JMS Wins $260,000 in Case Against Broker

2017-02-24T16:31:48+00:00November 27th, 2016|Business Law, JMS in the News, News|

Attorneys Rich Meisner and Thomas Jardim of Jardim, Meisner & Susser, P.C., won a $260,000 award for the Jeffrey Matthews Financial Group in an action against former employee Donald Lee Watson, Jr., who allegedly misrepresented his earnings for a previous employer. The FINRA Office of Dispute Resolution granted the award. Mr. Watson received a [...]

September 2015

Law 360 Names JMS ‘Legal Lion’

2017-01-02T17:00:48+00:00September 15th, 2015|Business Law, Employment Law, JMS in the News|

LAW 360 - Jardim Meisner & Susser PC joined this week’s pack when the firm convinced the Second Circuit to revive a workplace retaliation claim brought by former Neo@Ogilvy LLC Finance Director Daniel Berman, who was axed from the marketing firm after internally reporting suspected improprieties but before he blew the whistle to the U.S. [...]

July 2015

Criminal Sanctions May Materialize for Employees Who Resort to Work-Place ‘Self-Help’

2017-01-02T17:00:51+00:00July 2nd, 2015|Business Law, Employment Law, JMS Employment Guidance|

By Brigette N. Eagan and Seth Rudnitsky, Law Clerk On June 23, 2015, the Supreme Court of New Jersey affirmed a criminal indictment for theft against an employee who took documents belonging to her employer.  The documents were to be used by the employee to support claims of discrimination and retaliation […]

May 2015