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October 31, 2019Trending Law Blog: Twitter Required to Litigate in Virginia Rather than California
October 25, 2019Expecting a Baby? What You Need to Know About New Jersey’s Expansion of Family Leave and Temporary Disability Benefits
Vince Cirilli explores the two new laws that will help those who are expecting a new child by streamlining and improving family leave and temporary disability benefits.
October 18, 2019Bill that Would Enable Banks and Insurance Companies to Provide Services to the Cannabis Industry Passes the House; Heads to the Senate
Rob Vacchiano discusses the advancement of the SAFE Banking Act.
October 8, 2019Success of Medical Program Prompts Newfound Optimism for Recreational Cannabis in New Jersey
In a recent post by NJ Cannabis Counsel, Alex Banzhaf discusses the newfound optimism in New Jersey for recreational cannabis.
October 2, 2019Rob Vacchiano Comments on the SAFE Banking Act in NJ.com Article
Robert Vacchiano provides his insight into how the SAFE Banking Act could help the cannabis industry, financial service providers, and the people of New Jersey.
September 25, 2019New Jersey Issues New Guidance on Hair Discrimination Following Dreadlock-Cutting Incident at a New Jersey High School
The New Jersey Attorney General and the Division on Civil Rights announced that high school referee, Alan Maloney, will be suspended for the next two wrestling seasons following an investigation into an incident in which Mr. Maloney forced a black wrestler to either have his dreadlocks cut or forfeit a match.
September 16, 2019Trending Law Blog: The Ninth Circuit Takes On Web Scraping
In a recent post by trending law blog, Rob Nussbaum discusses the Ninth Circuit's decision to allow data collection companies to "scrape" public information off of social media sites.
September 12, 2019New Jersey’s Wage Theft Act Dramatically Increases Potential Penalties for Employers Over Wage and Hour Violations
The Wage Theft Act in New Jersey creates new dangers for employers in the wage and hour landscape and will likely lead to a significant increase in litigation.
August 26, 2019New Jersey Updates the Site Remediation Reform Act
On August 23, 2019, Governor Murphy signed legislation that amends the revolutionary Site Remediation Reform Act (“SRRA”).
August 12, 2019New Jersey Employment Law Update: Is Your Employee Handbook Up to Date?
As summer draws to an end, take some time to update your Employee Handbooks to ensure compliance with New Jersey’s ever-changing employment law landscape.