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News Women of OS Hold Fall Meeting

O’Toole Scrivo’s Women of OS (“WOS”) gathered this week for their fall meeti…

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Client Alert New Jersey Law Goes into Effect Protecting Older Employees from Forced Retirement, Failure to Hire/Promote

On October 5, Governor Murphy signed a bill into law that amends New Jersey’s anti-discriminat…

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Awards/Recognition Kevin O'Toole Receives Corporate Award from RWJBarnabas

Managing Partner Kevin J. O'Toole was also recognized at the event, named this year's Corporate Awar…

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Awards/Recognition O'Toole Scrivo Partner Anthony Capasso named to the 2021 New York Metro Super Lawyers list

We are proud to announce the selection of OS Partner Anthony Capasso to the 2021 New York Metro Supe…

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Announcement O’Toole Scrivo Welcomes Four New Attorneys to the Firm

Deena Crimaldi joins the firm as Of Counsel. Deena has a decade of litigation experience and focuses…

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News O’Toole Scrivo Lawyers Obtain Summary Judgment for Client Against Luxury-Living Magazine

O’Toole Scrivo attorneys Joshua A. Zielinski and Brian Wolfson obtained summary judgment for United States Fire Insurance Company (“US Fire”) against Robb Report Media (“Robb Report”) for damages caused to a 2018 Ferrari 812 Superfast.

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Awards/Recognition O’Toole Scrivo Lawyers recognized in The Best Lawyers in America® 2022

Best Lawyers® has named three O’Toole Scrivo attorneys in its 28th Edition of The Best Lawyers in America®.

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News Fee Arbitrations

The New Jersey Supreme Court established the fee arbitration system in 1978. Its central purpose was…

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Opinion Port Authority founders could imagine a once-a-century pandemic

In April, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey marked its centennial, and this month marks Kevin O'Toole's fourth year as chairman of this storied bi-state agency.

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News OS Secures Dismissal of Complaint Brought by Pharma Executive's Estate

O’Toole Scrivo attorneys, Thomas P. Scrivo and James DiGiulio, secured a dismissal of a federal complaint filed against Michael Lerner, a partner at Lowenstein Sandler, LLP. Angela Krivulka, the widow of Joseph Krivulka, filed suit against Lowenstein Sandler and Mr. Lerner, in her individual capacity and on behalf of Mr. Krivulka’s estate, alleging breaches of fiduciary duties. OS lawyers moved to dismiss the complaint arguing that the plaintiff failed to demonstrate the required diversity of citizenship among the parties. U.S. District Judge Claire C. Cecchi dismissed the complaint finding that Mr. Krivulka was domiciled in the State of New Jersey at the time of his death, which is the state of citizenship of the defendants.

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Announcement Job Opening: Associate, Labor & Employment

Cedar Grove, New Jersey – July 22, 2021 O’Toole Scrivo is seeking an Associate Attorney…

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Client Alert Supreme Court Holds Commercial Landlords Can Delegate Duties to Tenants

In Baldwin Shields v. Ramslee Motors, the Supreme Court of New Jersey recently considered whether the owner of a commercial property has a duty to clear ice and snow from its premises when the property is in the exclusive possession of a tenant.

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