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FTC Issues Penalty Offenses Concerning Money Making Opportunities to Hundreds of Franchise Companies

The Federal Trade Commission (aFTCa) has kept itself busy as of late, issuing a series of notices to over 1,000 businesses (many of them franchise companies) advising them that they could face civil penalties for conduct that the FTC has deemed unlawful. The Notice of Penalty Offenses Concerning Money-Making Opportunities is of particular importance to... Continue Reading


Eminent Domain Issues Affecting New Jersey Condominiums a Can the Government Really Take Part of Our Common Elements?

Eminent domain, sometimes referred to as condemnation, occurs when the government exercises its power to take private property for public use. When this awesome power is exercised, the government must pay the property owner ajust compensationa for the property taken, as required by the Fifth Amendment of the United States Constitution. The government can take... Continue Reading


The ETS, the Supreme Court Ruling, and the Vax-or-Test Rollercoaster: What Should Your Business Do Now?

The vax-or-test legal rollercoaster ride continues, leaving human resource managersa heads spinning, lawyers prognosticating, and employers simply wondering what comes next. On January 13, 2022, the United States Supreme Court, in a 6-3 majority decision, dealt a substantial blow to the future implementation of the Occupational Safety and Health Administrationas (OSHAas) Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS)... Continue Reading


In the Wake of the Surfside Tragedy Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac Issue aTemporarya Requirements for Condominiums and Cooperatives

The collapse of the Champlain Towers South in Surfside, Florida, in June 2021, sent shockwaves throughout the United States and was a wake-up call to condominiums to the dangers of aging infrastructures. In light of this tragic event, secondary mortgage market giants, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have issued bulletins advising of new atemporarya requirements... Continue Reading


Termination of Construction Contract for Convenience by Project Owner

In the past, construction contracts could typically only be terminated if there was a breach of the construction agreement by the owner or contractor. Under such scenarios, litigation often arose concerning whether the termination was proper and whether the contractor might be entitled to lost profits and other damages as a result of the purported... Continue Reading


New Bill Clarifies Statute of Limitations For Community Association Transition Litigation Matters

On Tuesday, January 18, 2022, Governor Murphy signed into law Senate Bill 396, which automatically tolls (i.e. pauses) the 6-year Statute of Limitations for construction defect claims by condominium and/or homeowner associations and cooperative corporations until the first election when unit owners take majority control of the association board (aTransitiona). Although not black letter law,... Continue Reading


New Legislation Permanently Allows Community Association Members to Participate in Member Meetings Via Remote Communication

The New Jersey Nonprofit Corporation Act (N.J.S.A. 15A:5-1, et seq.) (the aActa) was amended on Monday, January 22, 2022, to permanently allow remote community association member meetings (using Zoom, Teams, or other remote communication technologies). Previously, the Act permitted remote meetings of members-only when New Jersey was in a declared state of emergency, such as... Continue Reading


Employers, the Coronavirus, and the Reinstatement of the OSHA ETS: What Now?

On November 5, 2021, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) issued its Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS), requiring private employers having at least 100 employees companywide (at any given time) to adopt written policies and procedures either mandating vaccination against COVID-19 or requiring employees to choose between vaccination or undergo weekly testing while wearing a... Continue Reading


Gift and Estate Tax Changes

Throughout 2021, Congress and the Executive Branch proposed tax code changes that a had they ultimately passed a would have significantly changed various estate planning techniques. Some proposals would have sidelined a number of established estate planning strategies while other proposals could have increased the frequency of use and usefulness of others. Some proposals would... Continue Reading


COVID-19 Immunity Law for Community Associations Expires January 1, 2022

As we reported in our previous blog, on July 1, 2021 Governor Murphy signed a COVID-19 liability protection bill and, by doing so, gave community associations some immunity from certain legal claims arising from COVID-19. The law provided that a community association ashall be immune from civil liability for damages arising from, or related to,... Continue Reading


Review: 2015.5 Volvo V60 T5 AWD Cross Country

Way back in 1998, Volvo introduced a variant of its V70 wagon that has since become nearly as iconic as the Volvo Wagon itself: the Cross Country.A The intervening years saw nomenclature changes eschew the “Cross Country” name, simply calling the vehicle V70 XC, and then XC70.A Seventeen years later, Volvo has revived the Cross Country nameplate […]

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Armchair Executive: Is There A Market For An Analog Luxury Car?

This is the weekly series where you, the Autosavant commentariat, are invited to take the reins of the auto industry, for at least as long as it takes you to write a comment. Itas all the responsibility, with none of the compensation! Being a child of the 1980s, it shouldnat come as any surprise that […]

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Armchair Executive: Where Should We Move Our U.S. Headquarters?

This is the weekly series where you, the Autosavant commentariat, are invited to take the reins of the auto industry, for at least as long as it takes you to write a comment. Itas all the responsibility, with none of the compensation! Scarcely a month after being appointed president of Cadillac, Johan de Nysschen (formerly […]

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Review: 2015 Subaru Legacy 2.5i Premium

Back in 2009, I had the chance to review the all-new fifth-generation Subaru Legacy, and the vehicle I reviewed was the 2010 Subaru Legacy 2.5i Premium. Six years later, I found myself behind the wheel of the sixth-generation 2015 Legacy 2.5i Premium, which is all new for 2015 model year. As with the previous generation […]

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Armchair Executive: What New Safety Feature Would You Push To Be Mandatory In The US?

This is the weekly series where you, the Autosavant commentariat, are invited to take the reins of the auto industry, for at least as long as it takes you to write a comment. Itas all the responsibility, with none of the compensation! Almost a year ago plus a couple days, the National Highway Traffic Safety […]

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Armchair Executive: Why Even Bother With Auto Shows?

This is the weekly series where you, the Autosavant commentariat, are invited to take the reins of the auto industry, for at least as long as it takes you to write a comment. Itas all the responsibility, with none of the compensation! Scarcely a couple of weeks before opening day, news outlets received a terse […]

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Armchair Executive: What Would You Do If The New Car Market Imploded?

This is the weekly series where you, the Autosavant commentariat, are invited to take the reins of the auto industry, for at least as long as it takes you to write a comment. Itas all the responsibility, with none of the compensation! I grew up in a household which, by and large, respected the value […]

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Armchair Executive: Which Untapped Future Automotive Segments Are Ripe For The Picking?

Iad like to introduce a weekly series where you, the Autosavant commentariat, are invited to take the reins of the auto industry, for at least as long as it takes you to write a comment. Itas all the responsibility, with none of the compensation! We live in interesting times. Converging automotive technologies (like drivetrain electrification, […]

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NAIAS 2015 Day One Recap

Day one of the 2015 North American International Auto Show (or NAIAS, or the Detroit Auto Show) is behind us, and we’ve racked up a significant number of steps on our FitBit (13,462 and counting as of this writing) and have seen some awesome cars. You can get details from the press releases and other […]

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Book Review: Incredible Lego Technic Cars, Trucks, Robots & More

Editor’s Note: I have always loved Legos and have built hundreds of models over the years. I have shared that enthusiasm with my sons, ages nine and seven. When offered a chance to reviewA Incredible Lego Technic Cars, Trucks, Robots & More by Pawel “Sariel” Kmiec, I thought it would be fun to have my nine […]

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Justice Stephen Breyer is retiring from the Supreme Court: reports

Justice Breyer, 83, is retiring amid mounting pressure from progressives to have him leave the bench while the Senate is still under Democratic control.

Trump falsely suggests there were no supply chain issues when he was president

Global supply chains have been disrupted since the start of the pandemic, reaching new levels under the Biden administration as demand went up.

Robinhood says it can now solidly handle surprise market events, a year after controversially restricting meme-stock trading

The brokerage said it now has a net capital position of $2.7 billion, which is 25 times what the SEC requires.

Biden must release a nearly year-old student debt memo and 'immediately' cancel up to $50,000 in loans before payments resume, Elizabeth Warren, AOC, and 83 other Democrats say

It's been 8 months since the Education Dept. prepared a memo on Biden's legal ability to cancel student debt. Democrats say it's time to release it.

A far-right COVID-19 denier who aided Bolsonaro's rise to power in Brazil has died of the virus

Olavo de Carvalho's daughter said the far-right pundit "has blood on his hands" for his influence on Brazil's response to the pandemic.

Bank of America will give stock bonuses currently worth $2,900 to $27,000 to 97% of its workforce in a move to get employees to stay with the company

The new bonuses will be worth "multiple times" the cash awards employees previously received, but will take four years to fully vest.

It's time to buy the dip as any further weakness in stocks is an opportunity to ride the upside through the rest of 2022, Goldman Sachs says

"Any further significant weakness at the index level should be seen as a buying opportunity," Goldman Sachs said.

Jeremy Grantham has been predicting epic market crashes for a decade. Here's why he could be wrong again.

Grantham said in 2010 that stocks were in a bubble and could soon "crack." Since then, S&P 500 has risen more than 260%.

Russia's invasions of Ukraine and Georgia offer clues to what Putin might be thinking now

Russia's military could likely still overwhelm the Ukrainians, but that victory would come at an extremely high military and political cost.

Joe Manchin says 'there's a lot of areas in climate' spending that he can strike a deal on as Democrats begin revisiting the stalled Build Back Better spending bill

Democrats are returning their attention to Biden's big spending bill after Manchin torpedoed it a month ago.

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FTC Issues Penalty Offenses Concerning Money Making Opportunities to Hundreds of Franchise Companies

The Federal Trade Commission (aFTCa) has kept itself busy as of late, issuing a series of notices to over 1,000 businesses (many of them franchise companies) advising them that they could face civil penalties for conduct that the FTC has deemed unlawful. The Notice of Penalty Offenses Concerning Money-Making Opportunities is of particular importance to... Continue Reading


Eminent Domain Issues Affecting New Jersey Condominiums a Can the Government Really Take Part of Our Common Elements?

Eminent domain, sometimes referred to as condemnation, occurs when the government exercises its power to take private property for public use. When this awesome power is exercised, the government must pay the property owner ajust compensationa for the property taken, as required by the Fifth Amendment of the United States Constitution. The government can take... Continue Reading


The ETS, the Supreme Court Ruling, and the Vax-or-Test Rollercoaster: What Should Your Business Do Now?

The vax-or-test legal rollercoaster ride continues, leaving human resource managersa heads spinning, lawyers prognosticating, and employers simply wondering what comes next. On January 13, 2022, the United States Supreme Court, in a 6-3 majority decision, dealt a substantial blow to the future implementation of the Occupational Safety and Health Administrationas (OSHAas) Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS)... Continue Reading


In the Wake of the Surfside Tragedy Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac Issue aTemporarya Requirements for Condominiums and Cooperatives

The collapse of the Champlain Towers South in Surfside, Florida, in June 2021, sent shockwaves throughout the United States and was a wake-up call to condominiums to the dangers of aging infrastructures. In light of this tragic event, secondary mortgage market giants, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have issued bulletins advising of new atemporarya requirements... Continue Reading


Termination of Construction Contract for Convenience by Project Owner

In the past, construction contracts could typically only be terminated if there was a breach of the construction agreement by the owner or contractor. Under such scenarios, litigation often arose concerning whether the termination was proper and whether the contractor might be entitled to lost profits and other damages as a result of the purported... Continue Reading


New Bill Clarifies Statute of Limitations For Community Association Transition Litigation Matters

On Tuesday, January 18, 2022, Governor Murphy signed into law Senate Bill 396, which automatically tolls (i.e. pauses) the 6-year Statute of Limitations for construction defect claims by condominium and/or homeowner associations and cooperative corporations until the first election when unit owners take majority control of the association board (aTransitiona). Although not black letter law,... Continue Reading


New Legislation Permanently Allows Community Association Members to Participate in Member Meetings Via Remote Communication

The New Jersey Nonprofit Corporation Act (N.J.S.A. 15A:5-1, et seq.) (the aActa) was amended on Monday, January 22, 2022, to permanently allow remote community association member meetings (using Zoom, Teams, or other remote communication technologies). Previously, the Act permitted remote meetings of members-only when New Jersey was in a declared state of emergency, such as... Continue Reading


Employers, the Coronavirus, and the Reinstatement of the OSHA ETS: What Now?

On November 5, 2021, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) issued its Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS), requiring private employers having at least 100 employees companywide (at any given time) to adopt written policies and procedures either mandating vaccination against COVID-19 or requiring employees to choose between vaccination or undergo weekly testing while wearing a... Continue Reading


Gift and Estate Tax Changes

Throughout 2021, Congress and the Executive Branch proposed tax code changes that a had they ultimately passed a would have significantly changed various estate planning techniques. Some proposals would have sidelined a number of established estate planning strategies while other proposals could have increased the frequency of use and usefulness of others. Some proposals would... Continue Reading


COVID-19 Immunity Law for Community Associations Expires January 1, 2022

As we reported in our previous blog, on July 1, 2021 Governor Murphy signed a COVID-19 liability protection bill and, by doing so, gave community associations some immunity from certain legal claims arising from COVID-19. The law provided that a community association ashall be immune from civil liability for damages arising from, or related to,... Continue Reading


Review: 2015.5 Volvo V60 T5 AWD Cross Country

Way back in 1998, Volvo introduced a variant of its V70 wagon that has since become nearly as iconic as the Volvo Wagon itself: the Cross Country.A The intervening years saw nomenclature changes eschew the “Cross Country” name, simply calling the vehicle V70 XC, and then XC70.A Seventeen years later, Volvo has revived the Cross Country nameplate […]

The post Review: 2015.5 Volvo V60 T5 AWD Cross Country appeared first on Autosavant.


Armchair Executive: Is There A Market For An Analog Luxury Car?

This is the weekly series where you, the Autosavant commentariat, are invited to take the reins of the auto industry, for at least as long as it takes you to write a comment. Itas all the responsibility, with none of the compensation! Being a child of the 1980s, it shouldnat come as any surprise that […]

The post Armchair Executive: Is There A Market For An Analog Luxury Car? appeared first on Autosavant.


Armchair Executive: Where Should We Move Our U.S. Headquarters?

This is the weekly series where you, the Autosavant commentariat, are invited to take the reins of the auto industry, for at least as long as it takes you to write a comment. Itas all the responsibility, with none of the compensation! Scarcely a month after being appointed president of Cadillac, Johan de Nysschen (formerly […]

The post Armchair Executive: Where Should We Move Our U.S. Headquarters? appeared first on Autosavant.


Review: 2015 Subaru Legacy 2.5i Premium

Back in 2009, I had the chance to review the all-new fifth-generation Subaru Legacy, and the vehicle I reviewed was the 2010 Subaru Legacy 2.5i Premium. Six years later, I found myself behind the wheel of the sixth-generation 2015 Legacy 2.5i Premium, which is all new for 2015 model year. As with the previous generation […]

The post Review: 2015 Subaru Legacy 2.5i Premium appeared first on Autosavant.


Armchair Executive: What New Safety Feature Would You Push To Be Mandatory In The US?

This is the weekly series where you, the Autosavant commentariat, are invited to take the reins of the auto industry, for at least as long as it takes you to write a comment. Itas all the responsibility, with none of the compensation! Almost a year ago plus a couple days, the National Highway Traffic Safety […]

The post Armchair Executive: What New Safety Feature Would You Push To Be Mandatory In The US? appeared first on Autosavant.


Armchair Executive: Why Even Bother With Auto Shows?

This is the weekly series where you, the Autosavant commentariat, are invited to take the reins of the auto industry, for at least as long as it takes you to write a comment. Itas all the responsibility, with none of the compensation! Scarcely a couple of weeks before opening day, news outlets received a terse […]

The post Armchair Executive: Why Even Bother With Auto Shows? appeared first on Autosavant.


Armchair Executive: What Would You Do If The New Car Market Imploded?

This is the weekly series where you, the Autosavant commentariat, are invited to take the reins of the auto industry, for at least as long as it takes you to write a comment. Itas all the responsibility, with none of the compensation! I grew up in a household which, by and large, respected the value […]

The post Armchair Executive: What Would You Do If The New Car Market Imploded? appeared first on Autosavant.


Armchair Executive: Which Untapped Future Automotive Segments Are Ripe For The Picking?

Iad like to introduce a weekly series where you, the Autosavant commentariat, are invited to take the reins of the auto industry, for at least as long as it takes you to write a comment. Itas all the responsibility, with none of the compensation! We live in interesting times. Converging automotive technologies (like drivetrain electrification, […]

The post Armchair Executive: Which Untapped Future Automotive Segments Are Ripe For The Picking? appeared first on Autosavant.


NAIAS 2015 Day One Recap

Day one of the 2015 North American International Auto Show (or NAIAS, or the Detroit Auto Show) is behind us, and we’ve racked up a significant number of steps on our FitBit (13,462 and counting as of this writing) and have seen some awesome cars. You can get details from the press releases and other […]

The post NAIAS 2015 Day One Recap appeared first on Autosavant.


Book Review: Incredible Lego Technic Cars, Trucks, Robots & More

Editor’s Note: I have always loved Legos and have built hundreds of models over the years. I have shared that enthusiasm with my sons, ages nine and seven. When offered a chance to reviewA Incredible Lego Technic Cars, Trucks, Robots & More by Pawel “Sariel” Kmiec, I thought it would be fun to have my nine […]

The post Book Review: Incredible Lego Technic Cars, Trucks, Robots & More appeared first on Autosavant.


Justice Stephen Breyer is retiring from the Supreme Court: reports

Justice Breyer, 83, is retiring amid mounting pressure from progressives to have him leave the bench while the Senate is still under Democratic control.

Trump falsely suggests there were no supply chain issues when he was president

Global supply chains have been disrupted since the start of the pandemic, reaching new levels under the Biden administration as demand went up.

Robinhood says it can now solidly handle surprise market events, a year after controversially restricting meme-stock trading

The brokerage said it now has a net capital position of $2.7 billion, which is 25 times what the SEC requires.

Biden must release a nearly year-old student debt memo and 'immediately' cancel up to $50,000 in loans before payments resume, Elizabeth Warren, AOC, and 83 other Democrats say

It's been 8 months since the Education Dept. prepared a memo on Biden's legal ability to cancel student debt. Democrats say it's time to release it.

A far-right COVID-19 denier who aided Bolsonaro's rise to power in Brazil has died of the virus

Olavo de Carvalho's daughter said the far-right pundit "has blood on his hands" for his influence on Brazil's response to the pandemic.

Bank of America will give stock bonuses currently worth $2,900 to $27,000 to 97% of its workforce in a move to get employees to stay with the company

The new bonuses will be worth "multiple times" the cash awards employees previously received, but will take four years to fully vest.

It's time to buy the dip as any further weakness in stocks is an opportunity to ride the upside through the rest of 2022, Goldman Sachs says

"Any further significant weakness at the index level should be seen as a buying opportunity," Goldman Sachs said.

Jeremy Grantham has been predicting epic market crashes for a decade. Here's why he could be wrong again.

Grantham said in 2010 that stocks were in a bubble and could soon "crack." Since then, S&P 500 has risen more than 260%.

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