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March 14, 2019
In the era of the #MeToo movement, harassment claims have dominated news headlines.
March 14, 2019
In this recent post by New Jersey Cannabis Counsel, Alex Banzhaf discusses the new compromises on cannabis legalization between Gov. Murphy and state legislators and the potential for a vote.
March 8, 2019
The NYC Human Rights Commission issued new Guidance prohibiting discrimination based on “natural hair” or hairstyles, which appears to be the first of its kind in the U.S.
February 28, 2019
Alex Banzhaf discusses the Fed. Chairman’s request to provide clarity on cannabis banking laws and a new federal bill that may provide banking relief for cannabis businesses.
February 21, 2019
On February 14, the EPA and the Department of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers published the “Waters of the United States” proposed rule in the Federal Register.
February 19, 2019
As many property developers in New Jersey are aware, due to jurisdictional requirements, proper notice of a land use application hearing is a crucial part of obtaining development approval.
February 8, 2019
In Jimenez v. Jimenez, the New Jersey Appellate Division, interpreting on a 30 year old statute, effected a major change in tenancy by the entirety law by holding, for the first time, that New Jersey law prohibits the forced partition and sale of real property owned as tenants by the entirety to satisfy a judgment creditor of one spouse.
February 7, 2019
Governor Murphy signed into law a bill that increases the minimum wage in New Jersey from the current $8.85 an hour to $15 an hour by 2024.
February 5, 2019
In the most recent post by New Jersey Cannabis Counsel, Alex Banzhaf highlights some of the most impactful news relevant to the potential legalization of cannabis in New Jersey.
January 16, 2019
In this most recent article by Trending Law Blog, Rob Nussbaum discusses how a forthcoming decision of the U.S. Supreme Court may determine whether privately owned social media companies can be deemed “state actors” for First Amendment purposes.