News & Updates: April, 2018

Former Morris County Clerk Joe Bell Honored in Morristown
4/18/2018

Former Morris Clerk Joe Bell and present Clerk Ann Grossi unveil Wall of Honor in Clerk's Office, April 18, 2018.

Article below and all Photos by Kevin Coughlin, MorristownGreen.com.

Over the last 279 years, only 31 people have served as Morris County Clerk.

Joseph Bell belongs to an even more exclusive group. He is the only living former Clerk, a fact he wryly acknowledged at Wednesday’s unveiling of a Wall of Honor in the county Clerk’s office in Morristown.


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Massachusetts Equal Pay Law Takes Effect 7/1/2018
4/02/2018

An updated Massachusetts Equal Pay Act (MEPA) will go into effect on July 1, 2018. The new law will provide greater clarity as to what constitutes unlawful wage discrimination and will add protections to ensure greater fairness and equity in the workplace. The statute, Chapter 177 of the Acts of 2016 ...  READ MORE  >>

 



Bell & Shivas, P.C. Supports Operation Give Back
3/28/2018

ROCKAWAY, NJ — Bell & Shivas, P. C. is a proud participant in Operation Give Back, sponsored by the Morris County Clerk's Office, through which we provide discounts on legal services to Morris County veterans who have a County ID Card. The program was created by the Morris County Clerk's office to thank our veterans ...  READ MORE  >>

 



The AT&T Antitrust Trial: What It Means for You
3/21/2018

NEW YORK — On Monday, AT&T squares off against the federal government in a trial that could shape how you get — and how much you pay for — streaming TV and movies. AT&T says it needs to gobble up Time Warner if it’s to have a chance against the likes of Amazon, Netflix and Google in the rapidly evolving world ...  READ MORE  >>

 



Margit G. Novak v. County of Warren
3/15/2018

Plaintiff filed an inverse condemnation action against our client the County of Warren claiming that the County of Warren regulated her property into in-utility by not approving her driveway permit application fifteen years after subdivision approval. The action was filed about twenty-five years after the ...  READ MORE  >>

 



Moore's Ford Case: A Visual Chronology
2/15/2018

This visual chronology of events is based on the exhaustive research of Anthony S. Pitch, author of the book "The Last Lynching: How a Gruesome Mass Murder Rocked a Small Georgia Town" (Skyhorse Publishing, ©2016) inarguably the leading expert on all facts pertaining to the Moore's Ford Lynching in 1946. ...  READ MORE  >>

 



Ann Grossi Kickoff Event
2/08/2018

Morris County Clerk Ann F. Grossi, Esq. will launch her campaign kickoff event on Mon., Feb. 12, 2018 at 7 pm. The event will be held at the Watnong VFW # 3401, 45 Tabor Road, Morris Plains, NJ 07950. The Host Committee consists of NJ State Senators Thomas H. Kean (District 21), Steven V. Oroho (District 24), ...  READ MORE  >>

 



Moore's Ford: 11th Circuit Requires Mediation
1/20/2018

The Eleventh Circuit Court protocol requires that all appealed cases go through a mediation session in an attempt to resolve the issue. The Moore's Ford Lynching case is a unique legal issue that can only be resolved through court action. Both sides (Joe Bell on behalf of Anthony S. Pitch ...  READ MORE  >>

 



Appointments & Reappointments
1/20/2018

Joseph J. Bell has been named Attorney for the Boro of Rockaway, New Jersey effective January, 2018. He has also been re-appointed Boro Counsel for the Boro of Florham Park, NJ, re-selected as Counsel for Rockaway Township Zoning Board of Adjustment, re-appointed Public Defender for the ...  READ MORE  >>

 



Proud Sponsors of PBS "Dream of Italy" ®
1/3/2018

Bell & Shivas, P. C. is a proud sponsor of Dream of Italy® (Season 2), a PBS series showcasing the artistry of Kathy McCabe and her love of Italy. Topics include: ancestry & citizenship, Christmas in Italy, getting around, Italian life & history, recipes, travel tips, real estate & expat life, and taking the kids to Italy. ...  READ MORE  >>

 



1946 Moore's Ford Lynching Case: Victory!
1/3/2018

Judge Marc Thomas Treadwell today ruled that Anthony S. Pitch's motion to unseal the Grand Jury testimony from the 1946 Moore's Ford Grand Jury has been granted. Read Judge Treadwell's decision for detailed information. IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE MIDDLE DISTRICT OF GEORGIA ...  READ MORE  >>

 



Get a Preview of Our Museum!
1/3/2018

Throughout our offices you'll find rare documents, photos, letters from long-gone Presidents ... and an abundance of memorabilia from some of the great sports legends of the past ... all carefully preserved for the viewing pleasure of our clients, walk-in visitors and friends. ...  READ MORE  >>

 



For New Jersey Criminal Defendants
12/15/2017

One of the biggest mistakes clients and potential clients make in the criminal context is making statements to the police without having first obtained a competent criminal defense attorney. Whether or not you have been formally labeled as a suspect, never waive your constitutional rights ...  READ MORE  >>

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

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