Media Mentions

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Stephen A. Timoni is quoted in a recent issue of ROI-NJ.  Steve says, “The medical field is very interesting right now.  And I think it’s going to get even more interesting as the rapidly changing dynamics of healthcare continue to unfold. Practices have learned that they can no longer promise to waive copays or deductibles under this law, with some exceptions.  That’s where it leads to some gray areas: How aggressive do you need to get to collect balances?” he said.  We don’t know answer to that. But, certainly, the burden is on out-of-network physicians providing services.”

Often, physician groups find a solution to these complications in just merging in with health systems or other large in-network providers, Timoni said.  But, even if that has been the answer for some time now, the industry’s constant reconfiguring means one can never safely predict what will continue to be true going forward.

You can read the full ROI-NJ article here.

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On the symbolic anniversary of the signing of the Diane B. Allen Equal Pay Act, considered the strongest pay equity legislation in the nation, Lisa Gingeleskie spoke to Tom Bergeron of ROI-NJ about what companies in New Jersey need to do to be compliant.  Lisa says she feels the Equal Pay Act, signed into law by Gov. Phil Murphy last April, is not getting the attention it deserves. And that businesses — large and small — are taking a big risk if they do not make it a bigger priority.

To read NJ-ROI’s full interview click here.

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In a recently published article by Relias Media, Andrew Gibbs says “It is useful to think of cyberinsurance as filling in gaps in existing insurance coverage.  Cyberinsurance can fill in gaps, and in some cases give you interlocking or overlapping coverage.  A large organization might have a crime policy with a social engineering endorsement, and then if you get a standalone cyberpolicy that also has social engineering coverage, you’ll have an overlap. That overlap helps protect you because those policies are going to limits and exclusions that might be overcome by the other policy.”

“There may be higher deductibles for certain kinds of cyberlosses, so healthcare organizations should get with their brokers or lawyers and try to maximize the coverage they can get within their financial restraints,” Gibbs says. “They also should watch carefully for exclusions and language that lessens the coverage.”

You may download the full article here.

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Eric Levine, co-chair of Lindabury’s Cybersecurity & Data Privacy practice group spoke recently to attendees during NAIOP New Jersey’s final installment of their “Future Proof Your Buildings” series.

Coverage of the event by Real Estate Weekly was recently published providing highlights and strategies for ensuring security of smart cities throughout the state.

Eric says he believes liability is one of the fundamental risks facing building owners.

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Eric Levine and Robert Anderson co-authored the recently published article in Training Industry addressing the need of businesses to assess their own cybersecurity risks and openly exchange internal information to effectively address and mitigate an actual breach situation. Yet a company’s internal assessments of its own weaknesses and the holes in its cybersecurity protections can, ironically, actually expose the company to even greater danger in future security breach litigation.

Read the full article online here.

Training Industry, Inc. (Dec. 18, 2018). How Cybersecurity Training Protects Your Organization Even After a Breach.


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Westfield, New Jersey, November 2, 2018 – Lindabury, McCormick, Estabrook & Cooper, P.C. has earned top rankings in the 2019 edition of Best Law Firms, published by U.S. News Media Group and Best Lawyers. The firm received a first tier metropolitan ranking in Arbitration, Insurance Law, Litigation – Construction, Litigation – Trusts & Estates and Trusts & Estates Law. Lindabury also was recognized for its Labor and Employment Litigation and Management Counseling practice as well as its Mediation services.

The Honorable John M. Boyle, former Presiding Judge, Superior Court, Chancery Division, Union County, and the Honorable Ross R. Anzaldi, former Presiding Judge, Superior Court, Civil Division, Union County, practice in the Alternative Dispute Resolution Group.

Jay Lavroff, Steven Backfisch, Andrew Gibbs and Philip G. Pizzuto practice in the Insurance Law Group. They represent insurance carriers in matters concerning coverage and defense of errors and omissions, construction defect, director and officer liability and employment practices liability among others.

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Eric Levine, Lindabury’s Cybersecurity & Data Privacy Group Co-Chair provided insight to SC Media for their recent white paper, Hiding in Plain Sight.  Eric suggests that an organization consider and understand what types of data might be vulnerable to attack in order to understand the implications of responding to unauthorized accesses of that information.

You can download a copy of the white paper here.

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In ROI-NJ’s recent article, Robert Anderson suggests the potential for the talk of trade wars to permeate other sectors of the economy, potentially adversely impacting other business segments.  Worst case, this could make for a stifling of the free-for-all in business buying and selling that’s going on currently.

To read the full article online click here.

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Robert Anderson, chair of Lindabury’s Mergers and Acquisitions group was recently interviewed by ROI-NJ in regards to the recently increase in M&A activity.  Bob has indicated that the the last nine months have been his busiest of the past 30 years.

To read the full article online, click here.

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Kathleen Connelly of Lindabury, McCormick, Estabrook & Cooper in Westfield has been handling management-side employment law matters for 25 years, but has also distinguished herself as a mentor. She helped found in 2007, and continues to take a leadership role in, the firm’s Women’s Business Initiative, and has a reputation at the firm of always being willing to take time to show and explain to colleagues how to handle challenging tasks.

“I have always had an inner teacher instinct that does not want to simply delegate, but strives to educate individuals so that they are armed with the information they need … I remember often feeling both terrified and incompetent in my early years, and I try to change that experience for young associates to the extent I can.” says Kathleen.

You can read the full article, Connelly Uses ‘Inner Teacher Instinct’ at Lindabury McCormick, on the New Jersey Law Journal’s website (subscription may be required)

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