Westfield, NJ (February 12, 2024)–McLaughlin & Stern, LLP is pleased to announce the relocation of its New Jersey office from Clark to Westfield. The new space, situated at 1 Elm Street, Suite 2, in downtown Westfield is conveniently located directly across the street from the Westfield train station, enhancing the […]
McLaughlin & Stern Announces the Firm Will Represent More than 175 Victims of the Massive Fire in Sunnyside, Queens in December
Tuesday, February 6, 2024 – New York, NY – McLaughlin & Stern, LLP, one of the top regional law firms in New York State, with a leading class action practice, today announces it has been retained by a class of over 175 occupants of the building located at 47th Avenue near 43rd Street in […]
Two construction managers were found not guilt Thursday by a New York state judge in a trial over a crane collapse that injured two workers, ending a case marred by allegations that prosecutors concealed evidence. Click here to read more.
Charitable giving has steadily been on the rise for decades, and an overwhelming majority of the giving is done by individuals. Notably, this facet of American culture remains strong even during market downturns and economic uncertainty. This article examines the opportunity and considerations for donating noncash (including non-publicly traded) assets […]
Confessions of Judgment by Out-of-State Residents Are No Longer Enforceable, But Summary Judgment in Lieu of Complaint Can Provide Similar Relief
McLaughlin & Stern partner, Jason Giaimo, published an article in the New York Law Journal on the modifications to the use of a confession of judgment in New York. Jason explains that a 2019 amendment has significantly impacted its use on non-NY residents and offers up alternatives to this procedural […]