Category Archive: Civil Litigation

  • Types of Plaintiffs in a Business Defamation Action

    What is Business Defamation Action?

    When we talk about business defamation action, we're referring to the legal term defamation. Which is an untrue statement about someone or a business made to a third party that causes damage to that person or business’s reputation. To sue someone for defamation, you, the plaintiff, must: Meet the court’s filing requirements Gather evidence Have your lawyer draft and file the necessary documents at the correct courthouse  Have the other party served with a copy of the complaint

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  • Are You Seeking Payment from Unpaid Promissory Notes?

    A promissory note is, by definition, an unconditional promise to pay money to another party. Seeing that a promise is unconditional, there are typically not many legal defenses to the non-payment of a promissory note. A promissory note is also a contract, and any party seeking payment of a promissory note should seek the help of a New Jersey judgment enforcement lawyer. You first need to determine whether a signed document will legally constitute a promissory note. In many cases, a document does not satisfy the parameters for the legal definition of read more
  • What is the Whistleblower Act New Jersey?

    The Conscientious Employee Protection Act (CEPA) otherwise known as the Whistleblower Act in New Jersey, protects employees engaging in whistleblowing activity from various forms of retaliation by their employers. If you have been the victim of any form of retaliation for engaging in whistleblowing activity in New Jersey, you will want to contact a civil litigation lawyer in the New Jersey area. CEPA entitles an employee who is subjected to retaliation for a protected activity to seek many kinds of remedies and compensation. This may include wages read more
  • Common Employment Disputes in New Jersey

    The New Jersey Division of Wage and Hour Compliance is responsible for enforcing state labor laws relating to minimum wages, earned sick leave, methods of wage payment, and workplace labor standards. If you are engaged in any kind of employment dispute in your workplace in New Jersey, you will want to quickly contact an experienced New Jersey business disputes lawyer. State laws relating to business practices are found in both the New Jersey Statutes Annotated and the New Jersey Administrative Code. Here are four of the more common kinds of read more
  • Caution! Credit Card Fraud Suspects-What to do?

    If you notice a credit card fraud suspects or a charge on your credit card transaction history that does not look familiar, it could be credit card fraud. This type of consumer fraud happens when someone makes a purchase or withdrawal or otherwise uses your credit card information without your permission. It can also involve applying for credit cards using your personal information, or any other unauthorized use of your credit. If you suspect you are the victim of this type of offense, seek help from a credit card fraud attorney in New Jersey as soon read more
  • Johnny Depp Trial Case According to Expert Civil Lawyer

    We all heard something about the controversial trial between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard, some of this information comes from social media like Facebook or TikTok, but not all the info is accurate. Here you can find an overview of the case explained by one of our expert civil litigation lawyers at Varcadipane & Pinnisi PC. 

    What happened between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard?

    Heard and Depp met and started dating in 2012. The entertainers wedded in mid-2015, and notwithstanding numerous affirmations from anonymous newspaper sources that read more
  • How Many Insurance Claims Can You Make in a Year?

    Some people might file many insurance claims when everything seems to happen all at once. In a single year, you might have different types of damage to your vehicle or home, and you might wonder if you should file insurance claims for all of them. Is there a limit to how many claims you can file in a year? The law has no limitations on how many insurances claims you can file, and most policy agreements do not expressly restrict the number of claims either. However, there can be consequences to filing numerous claims within a short period of time. read more
  • Can I Sell My Car with an Open Insurance Claim?

    If your car has been damaged in a car accident that was caused by someone else’s negligence, you may feel the need to move forward by selling your vehicle prior to the insurance claim being finalized. The costs you’re experiencing can put an immense financial strain on you, and selling may seem like your best option. It is important to take careful stock of your exact situation before doing so. If you are facing a conundrum of this kind, our experienced New Jersey insurance attorneys can help make the right decision for you in your unique situation read more

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