Jessica T. Zolotorofe

Changes Made in New Jersey and New York Employment Law in response to Covid-19

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, lawmakers in New Jersey and New York have amended the labor and employment laws of their respective states to provide greater protections to employees during this unprecedented time.  A brief summary is provided below:   New Jersey On March 20, 2020, Governor Phil Murphy signed Assembly Bill 3848 (“A3848”) […]

What to Expect from the CARES Act – The Paycheck Protection Program

While we are facing a global crisis in connection with the Coronavirus, or COVID-19 pandemic, life as we know it has been significantly disrupted. Small businesses are struggling to stay afloat, especially those that have been made to work remotely, close their doors entirely, or substantially limit their business operations by order of state and […]

Jessica Zolotorofe discussed alternative financing arrangements for commercial real estate properties

LoopNet reported on owner-financing (also called seller-financing), a complex alternative to the traditional financing, and some of the factors to consider before exploring owner-financed deals including terms, due diligence, tax advantages and income. Ansell Grimm & Aaron attorney Jessica T. Zolotorofe shared why it’s essential to consult a lawyer before finalizing any owner-financed deal and […]

Urgent Care Use

Writing in the Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal, Attorney Jessica T. Zolotorofe discusses the growth in urgent care walk-in clinics and the impact on the commercial real estate market. Read More

Zolotorofe examines controlling interest transfer taxes for MARE Journal

AGA Attorney Jessica Zolotorofe looks at the different ways states treat the “Controlling Interest Tax” in her latest column in the Aug 26 issue of the Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal. Most states don’t have a version of the tax, first imposed by New York in 1986, which is intended to ensure that the state […]