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July 26, 2016

Home inspectors often ask me if I like what I do.  Like anyone, most days, my answer is yes.  Then I tell them that their job and my job are really the same.  That usually produces a puzzled look.  The truth is that litigators, like home inspectors, are paid communicat...

July 26, 2016

                Since a large part of my law practice involves defending home inspectors in litigation I see many kinds of claims.  I’ve defended claims where the plaintiffs’ lawyers were trying to establish a class action suit over the use of limitation of liability c...

July 26, 2016

                Advertising has come a long, long way in a short amount of time.  Many of us can still recall when advertising your business was as simple as printing some business cards, putting lettering on a van and getting space in the local phone book.  The advent...

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A New Jersey trial court recently determined that a home inspector can contractually limit the time for the filing of a lawsuit to one year instead of...

NJ TRIAL COURT HOLDS THAT HOME INSPECTORS CAN CONTRACTUALLY SHORTEN THE TIME TO FILE A LAWSUIT

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