Navigating Life’s Transitions with Our June 2024 Newsletter

May 28, 2024

June 2024 Edition

In This Issue

An Ending or A New Beginning?

“This month, my eldest daughter, Grace, is graduating from Eighth Grade. Every parent understands the mix of emotions that come with the realization that their child is moving on to High School. As I reflect on another school year passing, I ponder whether this marks an end or a fresh start. I believe that graduations signify both a closure and a fresh start…” By: Attorney J.J. Uliano, Esq.

What is Happening at CU&W?

  • Charles J. Uliano receives “Attorney Excellence Award” from Monmouth County Bar. On April 18th, Charles J. Uliano, Esq. was the recipient of the 2024 Attorney Excellence Award for his Service to the Monmouth Bar Association.
  • On April 28th, our firm’s members gathered with family and friends to establish “Matty’s Smile Squad” for a walk in support of POAC Autism Services.
  • CU&W is a proud sponsor of TriShore Little League.

Liability and Damages

“Frank Sinatra sang “Love and Marriage – you can’t have one without the other”. I may not have Sinatra’s iconic voice, but I could sing a similar tune called “Liability and Damages – in a personal injury case – you can’t have one without the other.” Liability and Damages are the cornerstone of every personal injury complaint and without one or the other you cannot have a successful personal injury claim. In a personal injury case, establishing liability is crucial in determining who is at fault for the accident or injury…”

Attorney-Conducted Voir Dire with Charles J. Uliano, Esq.

Although still in its infancy in NJ, attorney-conducted voir dire refers to the process in which attorneys have the opportunity to question potential jurors during jury selection. This allows attorneys to gather information about potential jurors and assess their impartiality and suitability for serving on a jury. During attorney-conducted voir dire, attorneys have the ability to ask potential jurors a series of questions to determine biases, prejudices, or other factors that may affect their ability to be fair and impartial in the case. This process plays a crucial role in ensuring a fair and impartial jury is selected to hear a criminal case

To read this issue in its entirety, visit the following link: June 2024 Newsletter

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