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Friday, February 19, 2010

NJ Laws Email Newsletter E327

NJ Laws Email Newsletter E327
Kenneth Vercammen, Attorney at Law


February 3, 2010

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In This Issue:

1. Brendan Vercammen Middlesex County Wrestling Champion.

2. Recent case: Police can Enter Home Under Emergency Aid Exception

3. Estate planning for Business Owners- Buy-Sell Agreements

Foonberg of Beverly Hills

5. Join the Edison Community Pool Now and Save!


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Greetings Kenneth Vercammen,

1. Brendan Vercammen Middlesex County Wrestling Champion. Wins 171 pound Championship.
Other South Brunswick and Edison Wrestlers Earn Medals.
GMC Wrestling Results:
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All wrestling newspaper clippings 2010 & 2009
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Next meets all at South Brunswick High Schools vs:

Wed 02/03/10, SOUTH RIVER HS
Sat 02/06/10, Arthur L. Johnson High School
Sat 02/06/10, Rutgers Prep School
Thu 02/11/10, SPOTSWOOD HS

2. Recent Case: Police can Enter Home Under Emergency Aid Exception Michigan v.
Fisher 130 S. Ct 546 U.S. Supreme Court December 07, 2009 No. 09-91
In an assault prosecution, grant of petitioner's motion to suppress evidence that
he pointed a rifle at an officer when he entered his house is reversed where the
officer did not violate the Fourth Amendment because he was responding to a report
of a disturbance and encountered a tumultuous situation in the house, which justified
a warrantless search under the emergency aid exception.

3. Estate planning for Business Owners- Buy-Sell Agreements

One estate planning tool that can protect your family and your business partners
is a buy-sell agreement. This legal document gives owners the first shot at buying
an interest in the company if another owner pulls out or dies. Ideally, these contracts
are drawn up when a business is launched but they can be entered into later.
But don't wait too long. If you die without an agreement, it may be difficult for
your heirs to know how to handle important matters that could have a significant
effect on the value, continuation or disposition of your business. Even if you
stay with the company for decades, the time to prevent disputes is before they occur.
Minimize legal fees, as well as sleepless nights, by solving the "what if" issues
Ask these questions to determine where you need professional assistance to prevent
future problems:
-Should the agreement apply only to the current owners or should it be binding on
all owners throughout the life of the business entity?
-Should the agreement supersede all other agreements to redeem a business interest?
-Is the agreement reviewed annually? (Changes in price or terms should require a
unanimous vote of the owners.)
Type of Agreement
-Should the agreement be structured as a redemption or cross-purchase agreement?
-Should the agreement be structuredto require the seller to sell and the buyer to
buy? To give the buyer an option to require the seller to sell? To give the seller
an option to require the buyer to buy? To give a right of first refusal to the buyer?
As a combination of any of these options above?
-Should the death of an owner cause an automatic buyout of the owners interest?
Or should his or her family be allowed to remain as an owner?
Price and Time
-Should the buyout price from the estate or heirs of a deceased owner be addressed?
What about the buyout price to a disabled owner? An owner who resigns or is dismissed?
An owner who goes bankrupt? If yes, when should it be paid? What interest rate should
the obligation bear?
-Should there be a difference in price if there's an amiable parting of ways?
-Should the price reflect the fact that you're selling to a long time business associate
rather than an outsider?
Source: http://www.bizactions.com/index.cfm/ba/e100/fa/125120437G2286J3007507P31P529T1/

Thursday, February 04, 2010
6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
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JAY G. FOONBERG, ESQ. Beverly Hills, CA
Author: "How To Start and Build a Law Practice" (5th Edition);
"How to Get and Keep Good Clients" (3rd Edition); "Finding the Right Lawyer"; and
"The ABA Guide to Lawyer Trust Accounts"
Past Chair, NJSBA Municipal Court Section
Chair, ABA Elder Law Committee
Past GP Solo Section Attorney of the Year
2006 NJSBA Municipal Court Practitioner of the Year
K. Vercammen & Associates (Edison)
Themis Solutions Inc. (Vancouver, BC)
Featuring nationally renowned expert Jay Foonberg, CPA, Esq., Jack Newton and Ken
Vercammen, Esq.
Make plans to attend today and join the more than 300,000 lawyers who have used
Mr. Foonberg's easily understood strategies to improve their lives and their practices!
You'll find the tips presented practical and understandable as this expert panel
covers even the most complex theories in a simple easy-to-learn and easy-to apply
fashion. You CAN have both a successful career and a life with high income and free
of non meritorious complaints if you're willing to learn make the simple changes
suggested - make plans to register and enhance your practice and your life today!
Program Sessions:
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Based on ABA and NJ statistics, this fast-paced session will provide you with the
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managing your practice and your life through planning.
Practice Management 101
Getting work "out the door" while avoiding ethics and malpractice complaints is
a major challenge for practitioners. At this information packed session, you'll
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add to your cash flow, control work and efficiently get the job done. Changes in
the way lawyers & clients communicate make having a system critical to success
- you'll learn how putting one to work for you can create added value for your practice.
Community based client relations and marketing
In this world premiere session, you'll learn how any law firm, even in the smallest
rural setting, can create and maintain a community based program of client relations
and marketing. Based on the personal successes of Ken Vercammen, you'll learn what
works and what doesn't for the lawyer who lives or practices in a small community.
The butcher, the baker, and the candlestick maker can all be good clients and can
lead to valuable referrals - learn how to retain them all, and most importantly,
keep them happy!
Program # S919-15450
General Tuition (REG) $129.00 REG
NJICLE Season Tickets (STX) 1 Season Ticket(s) STX
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Advance registration closes at noon of the day preceding the program. After that
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* NJSBA Member Price - To qualify for this reduced price, you must provide your
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Seminar materials and audio packages available.
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5. Join the Edison
Community Pool Now and Save!

Metuchen Branch YMCA and the Edison Elks are once again pleased to co-sponsor
the Edison Community Pool, located on Old Post Road in Edison. They look
forward to serving the South Edison Community and surrounding areas this
summer, 2010.

The newly renovated Edison Community Pool
located on Old Post Road in South Edison is surrounded by a wooded picnic area.
The facility boasts a 25 yard, 4-lane pool, water slide and a kiddie pool for
youngsters. Bathrooms with showers and a snack area with vending machines are
conveniently located around the pool area. A sand-filled volleyball court,
basketball courts and playground make this swim club a place for family fun.
Dates and Hours of Operation

The Edison Community
Pool will open for members on weekends beginning Saturday, May 29 through June
16 from 11:00 am-8:00 pm and Sundays from 12-8pm. Beginning , June 17, the pool
will be open weekdays from 12:00 pm-8:00 pm through Labor Day, September 6.
by April 30th, And Save!
for previous members or returning Family Members $25 for previous members or
returning Seniors and Individuals 10% Discount for YMCA Members 20% Discount

Elks Members
of age may be required at the discretion of YMCA

2010 Fees

Family $365.00

2 adults sharing a household with dependent
children under the age of 22 years with proof of full-time college student
status as of 5/1/09. Multiple families living in one dwelling will require
separate family memberships.

Family Plus $420.00

Same as above plus one additional person who
permanently resides with the family (grandparent, aunt, uncle, au pair, etc)
*Proof of residence required

Individual $200.00

10 years or older

Senior Citizen

Any resident over 65 years of age
Senior Couple

2 senior citizens over 65 years of age residing
in a single residence

Swim Team Program Fee: 1 Child $50.00 or family
rate $70.00

Active Edison Elk #2487 lodge members receive a
20% discount and Metuchen Branch YMCA members are entitled to a 10% discount.
Valid membership cards are required to receive an in-person discount at
time of registration.