Not as easy as ABC: Ex-state attorney, now with CSG, explains N.J. liquor license...

After more than two decades at the New Jersey Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control — a job she started right out of law school — Lisa Barata decided she wanted to try her hand...

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...

Riker Danzig creates Cannabis Law Group

The Morristown-based law firm Riker Danzig Scherer Hyland & Perretti LLP has formed a Cannabis Law Group, it announced recently. The firm said in a news release that the group will provide counsel to clients...

For lobbyists: New governor, new agenda … create new opportunities

There’s a scramble now — because, for the eight years of former Gov. Chris Christie’s administration, lobbyists knew certain policies just wouldn’t get past the veto.  Obvious as it may seem, that backstop being gone...

Grifa: Towns can’t demand prepaid COAH fees

Talking Points is an occasional feature in ROI-NJ that recaps key points of view across the state. Lori Grifa is a partner at Archer & Greiner P.C., and a former commissioner of the New...

Familiar faces: For retired N.J. Justice Timpone, new job at boutique Newark law firm...

Why did Walter F. Timpone choose to land at boutique law firm Calcagni & Kanefsky after stepping down as an associate justice with the New Jersey Supreme Court? That's easy, he said: “It's like getting...

Equal pay law has N.J. Civil Justice Institute feeling … well, uncivil

As president and chief counsel at the New Jersey Civil Justice Institute, Alida Kass is a strong supporter of any laws aimed at helping businesses. And a strong advocate for them when she feels they...

Ask the Experts: Breaking down the Paycheck Protection Program

The Paycheck Protection Program is perhaps the biggest item for business owners in the $2 trillion Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security, or CARES, Act that was passed last week by the federal government. The...

Lowenstein’s Matey confirmed to U.S. Court of Appeals for 3rd Circuit

Paul B. Matey, a former federal prosecutor and legal adviser to former Gov. Chris Christie, has been confirmed by the U.S. Senate to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, according to...

Amazon, Wayfair protests: Who’s protected and who’s not?

It has been in the news that Amazon’s employees recently went on strike on “Prime Day” to protest changes to their working conditions. Amazon is the fifth-largest employer in New Jersey, with a combined...

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