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Law groups pushing for Valdes to be 1st woman of color to serve as...

Sixty people have held the position of U.S. Attorney for the District of New Jersey — but only once has the job been held by a woman. And it never has been held by...

Why eviction moratorium is not fair to landlords

At first blush, when people hear about an eviction moratorium, it sounds like an important societal accommodation. Let’s face it: Landlords are not sympathetic figures. However, there are two sides to this issue. Many landlords...

Drug testing in era of legalized cannabis: Do’s and Don’ts for employers

Gov. Phil Murphy recently signed the New Jersey Cannabis Regulatory, Enforcement Assistance and Marketplace Modernization Act, a law detailing the permissible use of recreational marijuana. NJCREAMMA legalizes recreational use of marijuana for adults over 21....

ROI Influencers: Power List 2021 — Lawyers

To read this year's Top 30, click the links below: No. 1: Gov. Phil Murphy Nos. 2-10 Nos. 11-20 Nos. 21-30 To read the rest of the ROI Influencers: Power List 2021, click here. Joe Boccassini Managing...

HMH’s acquisition of Englewood blocked by FTC, headed to court

Senior officials and board members at Hackensack Meridian Health and Englewood Health learned Thursday the long-discussed acquisition of Englewood by HMH was being blocked by the Federal Trade Commission. The FTC, which has to give...

N.J.’s new medical marijuana bill protects workers, applicants — but leaves employers with questions,...

New Jersey has a new zero-tolerance policy: no more zero-tolerance. That’s true after a bill providing safeguards to employees and job applicants who use medical marijuana, the Jake Honig Compassionate Use Medical Cannabis Act, was...

Home … office … and in-between: Sills Cummis has found what it feels could...

Meryl Gonchar admits it: Not having a daily commute to Newark — something that could take an hour or more one way on a good day from her house in East Brunswick — is...

Rutgers Law School: Where Ruth Bader Ginsburg found her voice

David Lopez, the dean of Rutgers Law School-Newark said it doesn’t take long during orientation of the incoming class before the fact that Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg taught at the school comes...

On the day Trenton tops its homicide record, city announces online public auction of...

The timing is difficult. On the day Trenton officials announced “open houses” for 50 city-owned properties — which will go up for auction Dec. 9 — city officials also announced the city had broken...

Cannabis company gets $11M in funding, big win in court

Talk about a good week: iAnthus New Jersey closed on $11 million of bridge financing to help construct and improve its cannabis facilities in the state on Tuesday — then got a court ruling in Monmouth...

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Biotech firm’s new distribution facility in East Hanover refinanced with $15M permanent loan

JLL Capital Markets on Monday said it arranged $15 million in permanent financing for a newly built, 75,500-square-foot, state-of-the-art logistics facility that is 100%...

New lease, anchor extension continue momentum at Levin-managed center in Pa.

A period of steady transactional activity at High Pointe Commons in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, has recently seen a new commitment with athletic shoe and apparel...

County College of Morris is again designated as national center of excellence in cybersecurity

The County College of Morris was again designated a national center of academic excellence in cybersecurity by the National Security Agency, the school announced. In...

CSIT begins managing newly expanded portal that links startups to academic communities

Through a newly-expanded Research with NJ portal, entrepreneurs, startups and all types of businesses can now gain access to groundbreaking research being conducted at...

Bell Works announces 11 new office leasing agreements

Bell Works announced Monday that it signed six new tenant leases while renewing contracts with five companies. The 11 companies join a growing roster of...