Victoria Alexander is an Associate at the Princeton Office of Wong Fleming

Wong Fleming welcomes Victoria Alexander as an Associate in the firm’s Princeton, New Jersey office, where her practice is concentrated on Commercial Litigation and Business Law. Ms. Alexander earned her Juris Doctorate from the Pennsylvania State University, Penn State Law and her Bachelor’s degree from Ohio University. Prior to joining Wong Fleming, Ms. Alexander served […]

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Elizabeth Brown is an Associate at the Princeton Office of Wong Fleming

Wong Fleming welcomes Elizabeth Brown as an Associate in the Princeton, NJ office, where her practice is concentrated on commercial litigation. Prior to joining Wong Fleming, Ms. Brown successfully litigated matters in civil actions, intellectual property, trusts and estates, and guardianship matters. She served as a Judicial Law Clerk to the Honorable Noah Franzblau for […]

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Linda Wong to Serve as a Panelist at the LIWOCA 2022 17th Annual Leadership Institute for Women of Color Attorneys Conference

CEO & Partner Linda Wong will serve as a Panelist for the LIWOCA 2022 17th Annual Leadership Institute for Women of Color Attorneys Conference in Atlanta, Georgia, on March 24th. The session, “Masterclass with Managing Partners,” will discuss financial lessons learned through the global pandemic, expectations in employee salary negotiations, and rising above the competition.The […]

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Supreme Court of NY Decides COVID-19 Related Moratoriums Prohibiting the Cancellation or Non-Renewal of Insurance Policies may be Inapplicable if Notice of Cancellation or Non-Renewal was Provided Before March 29, 2020

On March 29, 2020, Executive Order No. 202.13 (“EO 202.13”) imposed a moratorium on insurers cancelling or non-renewing any property or casualty insurance policies in order to benefit insureds facing financial hardship as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Likewise, on March 30, 2020, the New York State Department of Financial Services enacted an Emergency […]

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“Quick Fix” Leads To Liability If Not Done Properly (PA)

In a recent Eastern District of PA case, Zurich Am. Ins. Co. v. A.T. Chadwick Co., Inc., the court denied a third-party defendant’s motion for summary judgment in a construction defect case. The court found that jury could assign a percentage of the blame to the third-party defendant for a “quick fix” gone bad. In this case, […]

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Bowling Alley Strikes Out In Its Attempt To Be Spared Liability (NY)

Plaintiff’s emanated from a slip and fall at the defendant’s bowling alley in Clifton Park New York. Ms. Muscato alleges she slipped and fell causing her injuries because the floor near the ball return was excessively slippery. In defending the action and moving for summary judgment, the bowling alley offered the testimony of its manager who stated […]

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Linda Wong to Serve as a Panelist at the Allstate Women’s History Month Lunch & Learn on March 14th, 2022

Linda Wong to Serve as a Panelist at the Allstate Women’s History Month Lunch & Learn on March 14th, 2022. Linda Wong is the CEO and Managing Partner of Wong Fleming. She concentrates her national practice on employment, commercial, insurance defense, insurance coverage and intellectual property litigation matters. She has handled jury and bench trials […]

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“Quick Fix” Leads To Liability If Not Done Properly (PA)

In a recent Eastern District of PA case, Zurich Am. Ins. Co. v. A.T. Chadwick Co., Inc., the court denied a third-party defendant’s motion for summary judgment in a construction defect case. The court found that jury could assign a percentage of the blame to the third-party defendant for a “quick fix” gone bad. In this case, […]

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The New Jersey Real Property tax appeal filing deadline for the 2022 tax year is April 1st, so there is still time to take action.

Consulting with your real property professionals — and in particular those who have experience navigating the appropriate strategies and procedures attendant with practice before the New Jersey Tax Court — will help answer the question whether an overassessment condition applies to your property. Good property management, regardless of property segment, in fact, dictates that such […]

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