COVID-19 STATEMENT FOR OUR CLIENTS AND TEAM MEMBERS Your safety is our priority. Amidst the COVID-19 outbreak, we are doing our part to keep our clients and team members safe and healthy. CHowever, during this time we will not be accepting drop offs and pickups from any of our Firm locations. The wheels of justice […]Read More
Staying true to our creed by partnering with the best
At Mattleman Weinroth and Miller, we are committed to being efficient, caring and helpful to everyone who calls our firm. This is especially true during these unprecedented times. Due to a variety of factors, there may be situations in which we cannot take on your case. However, we have a network of top attorneys and […]Read More
COVID-19 Business Payment Protection Program
The CARES Act was signed into law on Friday, March 27, 2020 and introduces the Paycheck Protection Program which is designed to prevent job loss and small business failure due to COVID-19 (Coronavirus). The Paycheck Protection Program provides a forgivable loan to cover payroll and other costs to small businesses such as sole proprietorships and non-profits organizations while the CARES Act also expands the SBA’s Economic Injury Disaster Loan Program.Read More
SBA Disaster Loan
In the context of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), the SBA is offering economic support to small businesses to overcome the temporary loss of revenue.Read More
Consequences of Speeding in New Jersey
When a person violates traffic laws as they drive throughout New Jersey, they are facing serious consequences. If you have been issued a traffic ticket, there are two ways you can proceed with the consequences associated with speeding. Your first option is to simply accept the points, pay the fines, and move on. The other option […]Read More
What are the penalties for marijuana possession in NJ?
New Jersey works hard to combat drug the use, possession, and sale of illegal drugs throughout the state. Although some states are reforming marijuana laws to the point where the drug may even be legal for recreational use, the possession of marijuana is still a serious offense in New Jersey. In fact, the state has […]Read More
When can a Parent Avoid Due Process and Sue a School District Directly in Federal Court?
The United States Supreme Court yesterday provided some needed guidance for Parents of special needs children as to when their case against the School District can be brought directly in Federal Court. It is an important issue for those situations in which the Parent’s claim is for disability based discrimination or retaliation, as opposed to […]Read More