Parties who agree to submit their matrimonial disputes to binding arbitration may thereafter opt to mediate certain disputes without invalidating an agreement; however, arbitrators may not act as med
A New Jersey appeals court opinion shows the perils of blurring the roles of arbitrator and mediator in a matrimonial case
...Cedar Hills Country Club in Livingston. The officers are: President Cary Cheifetz, Ceconi & Cheifetz, Summit; President-elect Robert Adinolfi, Adinolfi & Lieberman, Haddonfield...
...of the association's Commercial Law Section. Ceconi & Cheifetz Raises $8,100 for Charity ...
The state Supreme Court's Family Practice Committee is recommending rule changes to establish an arbitration track for family cases for certain family court matters
A family court judge wrongly dismissed a child custody claim before determining whether the child's home state was here or in Pakistan, a New Jersey appeals court rules
Custody of a child of an international marriage must include a determination of the child's home state, as defined in the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act
...4219; fax: (908) 219-4561. He was previously a partner with Ceconi & Cheifetz in Summit. Relocation The Law Office of...
...Lizanne Ceconi of Ceconi & Cheifetz in Summit, N.J., indicated her client had paid $46...
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