Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Waterfront Commission of New York Harbor and Association With Organized Crime, New Jersey-New York, Decision Revoking Waterfront Registration of Checker

This post is being submitted as a Public Service to the Man and Woman who work hard as Longshoreman, Checkers, and Maintenance man on the ports of New Jersey and New York, by the Law Office of Vincent J. Sanzone, Jr., Esq.

The following is Waterfront Commission decision involving an alleged organized crime association with a checker which it is alleged that the association was inimical to the Waterfront Commission Act.  The decision is currently on appeal to the Superior Court of New Jersey, Appellate Division.

The waterfront administrative law judge’s decision can be read at:

If you have been called before the Waterfront for an Article IV interview or Hearing before the Commission you must consult with an experienced Waterfront Commission Attorney, who has the experience in this specialized field of law.  Waterfront Commission rules, regulations and procedure are unique and going to an interview and/or a hearing with experienced counsel can result in serious consequences which might include, revocation of your license to work as a longshoreman, checker or maintenance man.

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