Move to expand medicinal marijuana use welcomed by legal practice groups

Gov. Phil Murphy’s announced expansion of the use of marijuana for medicinal use Tuesday was welcomed by three of the many cannabis practice groups that are popping up all over the state. Bill Caruso, an...

Murphy: Everything on table when it comes to reimagined relationship between police, communities

Gov. Phil Murphy said he was not aware of the particulars of the law granting access to discipline records of New York state’s police officers that New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed — but...

Motley Rice expands team, forms new office in Cherry Hill

Motley Rice LLC, a plaintiffs' law firm, announced Tuesday it has added four new attorneys and formed two new offices, in Cherry Hill and Philadelphia. The new attorneys consist of: Esther E. Berezofsky as senior...

Lawyers, firms honored as ‘Jersey Dealmakers of the Year’

The New Jersey Law Journal released its inaugural “Jersey Dealmakers of the Year,” recognizing individuals and groups that excel in corporate, mergers and acquisitions, real estate, bankruptcy and other transactional practices in New Jersey. The...

The Interview Issue: For Garg, Jersey roots are at core of passion for public...

When Gov. Phil Murphy talks about wanting the state to reinvigorate its innovative economy and reclaim its place as a state built around science and research, Parimal Garg quietly nods to himself. He understands the...

Race relationship expert: Renowned pastor Soaries puts week’s events in proper perspective

Top leaders always have been interested in what the Rev. Dr. DeForest “Buster” Soaries has to say. It’s one of the reasons why Christie Whitman selected him to be the first African American secretary of...

Everest acquires discovery services firm, gains Philly office

Everest Technologies, which provides litigation support services, has acquired a Philadelphia-based discovery services provider, it announced Wednesday. With the deal for Summit Scanning Partners, Everest will now have two locations on the East Coast, in...

COVID-19 coming to courts: Workplace lawsuit filed in Trenton

Willingboro’s Agustin Rivera Jr. alleges he began raising safety issues at his workplace even before COVID-19 became a pandemic — and Gov. Phil Murphy issued his work-from-home recommendations. He alleges the conditions inside the Hovione...

Device startups must stay alert for legal issues

Those entering the medical device industry find out one truth quick: Legal issues are front-loaded. Just ask Glenn Stein, a Chiesa Shahinian & Giantomasi P.C. partner who has counseled many companies in this sector from...

McCarter’s Anania named president of Intellectual Property Law Association

Mark Anania has been named the new president of the New Jersey Intellectual Property Law Association, the leading association of intellectual property practitioners in the state, the group announced. Anania, a partner at McCarter & English, began...

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New Jersey Institute of Technology was awarded a 2021 Ellucian Impact Award for its successful digital transformation initiatives, which allowed the university to pivot...

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EDA announces dates you can apply for $85M in recently announced grants

The New Jersey Economic Development Authority announced Wednesday it will begin accepting applications in May for a number of the recently announced programs that...