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On Wednesday, May 7th we will host industry experts as we present “Disaster Preparedness & Damage Control.”  Our panel of speakers will include Michael Miller, M. Miller & Son, Larry Rosen of Rifkin & Rosen Ultimate Property Loss Consultants, Cheryl Rhine of BHB Insurance as well as Michael Nehlsen of Hillmann Consulting.  The program will take place at the Wilshire Grand in West Orange located at 350 Pleasant Valley Way, West Orange, NJ beginning at 6:30p.m and is graciously sponsored by National Note Group, ProTect Painters and Vailsburg Real Estate.
Our annual trade show, The Walter R. Cohn, Esq. Memorial EXPO. The event will take place on Wednesday, April 9, 2014, at the Wilshire Grand Hotel, 350 Pleasant Valley Way, West Orange, NJ. The doors will open to the public at 5:00p.m. The evening is courtesy of Platinum sponsors- Ehrlich Petriello Gudin & Plaza, M. Miller & Son, Supreme Energy and Servpro of Freehold and Sparkling Pool Services Inc. Gold Sponsor- Provident Bank and Rosen & Rifkin Ultimate Property Loss Consultants as well as Silver Sponsor-Cervelli Management.

By: Andrew Amorosi, PE, RS

Concrete has high strength when it is compressed, or 'squeezed'. However, it is extremely weak when it is subjected to tension, or 'pulled'. Deicers can react with weakness and cause havoc.

Upon appearance, concrete may seem like a very dense material.  However, in reality, it is like a sponge. It can and does absorb water.  This can be easily observed on a summer day.  Pouring water on a sidewalk, you may actually observe the water penetrate (be absorbed by) the surface of the concrete.   Quality concrete should contain air voids.

By Zev Stern & Nathan Winkler

Water is typically wasted one drop at a time, but invariably adds up to significant costs!

Reducing water and sewer bills is one of the few strategies left for multifamily building operators to improve their cash flow. The water and sewer bills for a typical 100 unit multifamily building can easily top $80,000-$90,000 annually and represent a significant part of the operating costs. Most of the time, this cost can be cut by more than 15% - 25% with the proper strategy and show a quick return on investment.

by Denise Klika 
Post Hurricanes Sandy, Katrina and countless natural and manmade disasters comes the dreaded period of 'business interruption loss.' It's a very challenging time as firms scramble to get back on their feet while engaging their insurance consultants to calculate the losses and costs of recovery. Denise Klika in Smolin Lupin's Forensic department has worked on Business Interruption cases and was able to share her insight.

Natural disasters such as Hurricane Sandy get the headlines, but what are the most common causes of Business Interruption?

by Christopher J. Hanlon, Esq.

On September 17, 2013 the New Jersey Supreme Court affirmed the decision of the Appellate Division which reversed the Trial Court decision dismissing a Consumer Fraud action filed against a large residential landlord and an attorney-employee for charging fixed fees as additional rent in residential tenancy cases.  The decision, Darnice Green v. Morgan Properties, merely stands for the proposition that the tenant’s attempt to proceed with a class action can in fact continue and dismissal by the trial judge before the litigation had an opportunity to run its course was reversible error.

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