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License of doctor who authorized medical marijuana for thousands temporarily suspended

The license of a gynecologist who created a multimillion dollar enterprise by indiscriminately authorizing medical marijuana use for thousands of patients has been temporarily suspended by the State Board of Medical Examiners. Dr. Anthony Anzalone, who was one of the first doctors to register for the New Jersey’s Medical Marijuana Program in 2012, has reportedly ...

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Clark Hill welcomes new banking services member

Mark Kossow has joined Clark Hill law firm in Princeton as a member in the firm’s banking and financial services group. He joins the firm from Archer in Haddonfield, where he had been a partner in the employee benefit, executive compensation, ERISA and tax practices groups since 2015. Kossow focuses his practice on employee stock ...

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Two new partners named at Hoagland Longo

New Brunswick-based Hoagland, Longo, Moran, Dunst & Doukas has promoted two attorneys to partner. Kenneth Cesta joined Hoagland Longo in September 2017 after nearly four years as partner at Bressler, Amery & Ross PC in Florham Park. He is partner in the firm’s commercial litigation and employment groups. He has amassed nearly two decades of ...

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Brennan to sue state of NJ

Brennan, according to the Wall Street Journal, has claimed that Al Alvarez assaulted her in April 2017. He was later hired as chief of staff at the Schools Development Authority in spite of Brennan’s repeated efforts to inform multiple levels of the Murphy administration of the assault. Alvarez left his job in October after being ...

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NJBIA, Hudson County chamber join suit to strike down payroll tax

The Hudson County Chamber of Commerce and New Jersey Business and Industry Association announced Friday they would join several regional and statewide business advocacy groups, as well as real estate-developer Mack-Cali and some of its subsidiaries, in suing Jersey City and New Jersey to strike down a recent law allowing some cities to enact a one percent payroll tax.

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