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Safe bet: Trump-era opinion rattled gaming industry, but fears appear to have been put...

New Jersey's gaming businesses and their attorneys are happily closing the book on a new reading of an archaic law that would've brought a spell of bad luck — and lost revenues — to...

NJBIA, in court in Philadelphia, fighting to limit powers of N.J. governor in pandemic...

David Kott of McCarter & English, representing the New Jersey Business & Industry Association, presented oral arguments in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit last week in support of a lower...

Acting AG Bruck announces leadership changes — including new role for Davenport

Andrew Bruck began his first day as acting attorney general with the announcement of his executive leadership team and a taped message to the Department of Law & Public Safety’s approximately 7,000 employees. Bruck, who...

He’s a lawyer (and a former college football player): Here are his thoughts on...

Matt Baker remembers when he got his “Name, Image and Likeness” check a few years back. He was a defensive back at Yale (class of 2006) who had an unheralded career (he was the...

Legal services nonprofit expands lease in Freehold

A legal services organization has renewed and expanded its lease in Freehold, according to real estate firm WCRE. The Marlton-based firm said in a news release that South Jersey Legal Services Inc. has grown its...

Why N.J. is falling behind in autonomous vehicle legislation

On March 18, 2019, the New Jersey Senate and General Assembly established the New Jersey Advanced Autonomous Vehicle Task Force to conduct a study of advanced autonomous vehicles and make recommendations on laws and...

Bruck to serve as acting attorney general for remainder of Murphy’s term

Andrew Bruck will serve as acting attorney general for the remainder of Gov. Phil Murphy’s term, Murphy announced Wednesday afternoon. Bruck, who currently serves as first assistant attorney general, has been part of the executive...

Grewal to step down as AG, take position with SEC

New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir Grewal will be leaving his position to assume a leading role with the Securities and Exchange Commission, the SEC announced Tuesday. Grewal will serve as the SEC’s director of the...

Supreme Court rules against N.J., seemingly clearing way for PennEast Pipeline

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of the PennEast Pipeline Co. on Tuesday in its dispute with the state of New Jersey, seemingly clearing the way for the building of a 116-mile pipeline...

Good news and/or bad news? 4 considerations for business owners going through divorce

As a reader of ROI-NJ, you might be the owner of a business or otherwise have a meaningful ownership interest in one. Do you ever wonder what would happen to your business in the...

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Holy Name’s Jarrett elects to take paid leave after filing complaint regarding ‘management priorities’

Dr. Adam Jarrett, the highly regarded chief medical officer at Holy Name Medical Center in Teaneck, has elected to take a paid leave of...

Murphy to anti-vax protestors: ‘You’ve lost your minds’

In an unusual show of anger, Gov. Phil Murphy lashed out at anti-vaccine protestors during an event Wednesday in Union City. “These folks back there...

German Doner Kebab to open 1st location in U.S. at American Dream

German Doner Kebab, a global fast-casual restaurant chain that says it is revolutionizing the kebab, will open its first restaurant in the United States...

CVS Health to increase minimum wage to $15 in July 2022

In a move that could have great impact in New Jersey, CVS Health announced Wednesday that all of its employees nationwide will make at least...

Geoponica Greens, indoor vertical farm, to open facility in Hamilton Twp.

Geoponica Greens, an indoor hydroponics vertical farm business based in Chesilhurst, is expanding its existing operations to the historic Mill One warehouse in Hamilton...