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Jul2

Happy Independence Day

This Independence Day is unlike any other our country has celebrated in its 244 year history, but our joy and deep love of country are the same. Independence Day or July 4th—has been a federal holiday in the United States since 1941, but the tradition of Independence Day celebrations goes [...]

Jun30

Jury Trials Remain on Hold

In most states, Superior and Municipal Courts, and jury trials are planning to slowly begin again over the next couple of months.  In New Jersey, Superior and Municipal Courts resumed some in-person court services on June 22. A small number of judges and court staff will be working on-site each [...]

Jun10

Necessity is the Mother of Invention

Whenever a business is faced with a new critical issue that affects their ability to run properly, they quickly adapt and create fixes to address the issue. The same can be said for local governments. When faced with the shutdown because of the ongoing health crisis, local governments had to [...]

May27

Local Governments Brace for Revenue Shortfall

The US has a wide range of local governments that include cities, counties, townships, towns, villages, boroughs, school districts, public libraries. These entities need financial help, just like all businesses do, to prevent worker furloughs or layoffs. Local government employees, like many in the country, are concerned about keeping their [...]

May18

Governments Struggling With Public Records Requirements

Every state in the country is dealing with the health crisis differently. Local governments are finding ways to keep cities running while the staff is stretched thin. As a result, many state and local governments have reduced access to public records that have details about key government decisions. Public officials [...]