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New Jersey enacts law capping surcharges

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New Jersey’s governor signed a new law capping credit card surcharges, limiting the amount merchants can charge for processing a transaction.

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New Jersey Appellate Division Affirms Dismissal of Consumer Fraud Class Action Against Debt Collector under the New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act

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The Superior Court of New Jersey, Appellate Division in Jennifer Woo-Padva v.

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New Jersey Outlaws Cashless Businesses

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New Jersey has passed a law banning cashless stores and restaurants, according to reports. New Jersey is the second state to outlaw cashless stores after Massachusetts, which signed a similar bill into law back in 1978. The bill was signed by Gov.

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New Jersey Attorney General settles lawsuit against merchant cash advance providers

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The New Jersey Attorney General recently announced a settlement in its lawsuit against Yellowstone Capital LLC, its parent company, and various subsidiaries and affiliates alleging that the defendants violated the New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act (CFA) and the New Jersey.

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New Jersey legislature passes credit card surcharge bill

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Lawmakers passed a bill that limits the surcharge a merchant can impose on consumers to the cost of processing a credit card transaction.

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New Jersey Shows The Good And Bad Of Gambling Payments Progress

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Among recent developments is the addition of PayPal to the sportsbook operated by DraftKings in New Jersey. Despite the deals with PayPal (in New Jersey), getting money on and off online betting sites isn’t as seamless as gamblers and operators would like,” reads a recent column in The Lines.

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New Jersey appellate court decision limiting Atalese to consumer and employment arbitration clauses may fuel FAA preemption argument

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In 2014, the New Jersey Supreme Court held in Atalese v. Legal Services Group, L.P. that in order to be enforceable, arbitration clauses must contain an express waiver of the parties’ right to seek relief in a court of law. Earlier this month, in County of Passaic v. Horizon Healthcare Services, Inc. Continue Reading