Articles & Updates
- James A. Robertson, “The 2005 Amendments Appeal Regulation,” by P. Murphy, J. Robertson and P. Besler, Garden State Focus, Sept./Oct. 2006, Vol. 53, No. 2;
- James A. Robertson, “Real-Time Solutions for Addressing Unreimbursed Health Care Costs for the Treatment of Undocumented Aliens,” by J. Robertson, L. Orlando and A. Murphy, Garden State Focus, Summer 2006, Vol. 53, No. 1;
- James A. Robertson, “No Light at the End of the Tunnel: Hospitals Suffer Set Back in Decade-Old Medicaid Rate Appeal Cases,” by P. Murphy, J. Robertson and P. Besler, Garden State Focus, March/April 2006, Vol. 53, No. 1;
- “Providers Risk Serious Liability by Failing to Collect Co-Payments and Deductibles,” Garden State Focus, Nov./Dec. 2006
- John T. Coyne, "No CGL Coverage for Subcontractor's Work -- Court's Reliance on Weedo Ensures Broad Application of Decision"
Real Estate and Title Insurance Supplement to N.J. Law Journal, Vol. CLXXXVI, No. 4
- “Provider Co-Payment Liability and Speed Bumps,” American Health Lawyers Association Liability and Litigation Newsletter, Fall 2006 (Vol. 8, No. 2)
- “When Companies Should Conduct an Internal Investigation,” Hartford County Business Journal
- Albert J. Pucciarelli, "Selling and Buying an Existing Hotel - Structure of an Asset Transaction" (July 2006, Hospitality E-Newsletter; co-authored with Eunice Moon)
- Carol A. Pisano, Avoiding “Contact” Fouls, Attorneys Seeking Information from Current and Former Employees: How to Proceed Without Committing Ethical Violations, (co-authored with Lana Glovach)
- Nicole A. Leonard, “The Unsuspecting Fiduciary: The Curious Case of PACA and Personal Liability,” Am. Bankr. Inst. J. 32
- John T. Coyne, "If A Tree Falls In The Forest And The Insured Doesn't Hear It, Does It Cause 'Property Damage'?"
Mealey's Litigation Report: Insurance , Vol. 10, No.23
- Kristin B. Mayhew, "What Bankruptcy Law Changes Mean For Your Business," Fairfield County Business Journal
- Albert J. Pucciarelli, "Structure of Mixed-Use Hotel Residential Resort Projects" (March, 2006, HospitalityLawyer.com)
- "A Government of Men; Not Laws: Government Lawyers and the Decision to Torture"
NYSB Awarded Paper
- John T. Coyne, "Employer Faces Liability to Third-Party For Failure to Monitor Employee's Computer Activity"
MDMC Employment Bulletin
- Richard S. Mills, Carol A. Pisano, "The Development of the Commercial Crime Policy: 66-Years of Evolution," The Annotated Commercial Crime Policy, 2nd Ed., ABA 2006
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