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She sent a work email at 2:57 a.m. She got a reply 2 minutes...

It was a Saturday night in August and attorney Jennifer Credidio couldn’t sleep. She did what many of us often do: She fired up her laptop, did some work — and sent out an email. It...

Wilson to leave Governor’s Office for role at Lowenstein Sandler

McKenzie Wilson is expected to be the second top lawyer in Gov. Phil Murphy’s administration to take a job with Lowenstein Sandler, when she joins the Roseland-based firm later this month. Wilson, who currently serves as...

Poll: Jerseyans feel domestic terrorism is much bigger threat today

Law enforcement officials have made counterterrorism a top priority since the region — and the country — was shaken by the attacks on 9/11. Twenty years later, however, New Jersey residents are more concerned that...

Middleton, Terkowitz join Riker Danzig

Riker Danzig Scherer Hyland & Perretti in Morristown on Wednesday announced the addition of two new counsels: Heather Middleton and Craig Terkowitz. Middleton is counsel in the firm’s Securities Litigation, Arbitration, Regulation and Investigations Group. She...

Edison Partners exits legal technology company

Edison Partners, the Princeton-based growth equity firm, has sold its stake in a legal technology platform, it announced Wednesday. The firm said in a news release that it has sold its share of Bodhala to...

Samaritan to offer free virtual workshop on wills, estate planning

Samaritan, a leading not-for-profit organization that specializes in advanced illness care, grief support and counseling, education and advocacy, will hold a virtual wills and estate planning workshop Sept. 21. The workshop, which will be virtual,...

Issues to look for as N.J. athletes and colleges navigate NIL agreements

New state laws and an NCAA rule change that went into effect July 1 now allow college athletes to, for the first time, earn money directly from the use of their name, image and...

Let’s talk about environmental impact of cannabis cultivation

With the recent adoption of the preliminary regulations governing New Jersey’s budding recreational cannabis marketplace, there is a palpable buzz of excitement around the formation of a new industry taking shape in the Garden...

Businesses, beware: N.J. has increased rules regarding who qualifies for benefits and who can...

When it comes to trends in employer benefits in New Jersey, attorneys are inclined to agree that one might prevail: The class of employees possibly eligible for them is increasing. And they also tend to...

Helping law enforcement with their own mental health

Police officers across the state are getting increased training for dealing with individuals in mental health distress. And that’s a good thing. But what about their own behavioral health? Last month in Long Branch, local enforcement...

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