May 14, 2020
“There has been a surge in consumer complaints of price-gouging since March 9, when the state’s price-gouging law was triggered upon Gov. Phil Murphy’s declaration of a state of emergency.
“The best defense for businesses: strong record-keeping.
“So said Mark Olinsky, chair of the government health care investigations practice at Newark-based Sills Cummis & Gross P.C.
“’Keep close track and good records of costs and prices to be able to show that price increases were attributable to increased costs,’ Olinsky said.”
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