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New Law Allows for Notary to Assist in Executing Legal Documents Remotely.

On April 14, 2020, Governor Murphy signed into law (Bill A3903) that allows remote notarial acts during Public Health Emergency and State of Emergency declared by Governor in Executive Order 103 of 2020. This should be of assistance when it comes to, among other things, executing wills and closing on real estate transactions. This allows […]

The Paycheck Protection Program is an Important Resource for Small Businesses Affected by Coronavirus an the Governor’s Emergency Order

The Paycheck Protection Program prioritizes millions of Americans employed by small businesses by authorizing up to $349 billion toward job retention and certain other expenses. Small businesses and eligible nonprofit organizations, Veterans organizations, and Tribal businesses described in the Small Business Act, as well as individuals who are self-employed or are independent contractors, are eligible […]

New Jersey Civil Service Commission Guidelines Concerning Leave and Staffing

Civil Service Employees are dramatically affected by the COVID-19 crisis. Guidelines for State Employee Leave Time and Staffing have been posted on the Civil Service Commission website located at the following link: https://www.state.nj.us/csc/employees/covid.html. The current Civil Service Commission Guidelines as published are separated into several subsections. The first subsection allows for implementation of flextime programs, […]

Families First Coronavirus Response Act (“FFCRA”) UPDATE

We posted about the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) after it was signed into law on March 18th. Today, it becomes effective. A quick refresher. The FFCRA applies to employees who have worked 30 or more days, and applies to employers who employ fewer than 500 employees. The law provides for paid time off […]

New Notice Requirements under the Families First Corona Relief Act

All employers with less than five hundred employees are required to post this notice from the Department of Labor in a conspicuous place with other required workplace posters. Because so many employees are working remotely, we strongly suggest that you email the notice to all employees and if you have a company intranet, post it […]

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I was served with disciplinary charges at work which then developed into criminal charges. Katie explained each issue to me, and was able to resolve both the criminal case and my discipline! She was always available to me if I had questions and I am very happy with the outcome!

I.D.W.

After working with another attorney, who messed up my case, I hired Katherine Hartman to represent me. I found her to be sincere, trustworthy, knowledgeable and patient in explaining everything to me. In short, Katherine kept me out of jail and I would hire again! (Even though I hope I never have to see her again!)

J.C.

I highly recommend the Hartman Law Firm. Katie Hartman is a true professional, and an absolute advocate for her clients. She takes pride in making herself available for her clients in regards to questions or concerns relating to your case. She will leave no stone unturned!

D.Y.

I wish I could select a higher star rating. Our Company was assisted by Michael Mormando of Attorneys Hartman in a municipal case and we simply could not be happier with the way our case was handled. Michael was extremely knowledgeable and professional. He is a true master of his craft and we would highly recommend his services

D.C.

Katherine was such a pleasure to work with! She was very caring, responsive, and professional throughout my whole experience. I will continue to recommend her and her firm to all of my friends and family

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