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Litigation in the age of COVID

Thirty years ago, George H.W. Bush signed the Americans with Disabilities Act, which required employers to provide reasonable accommodations for disabled workers so they could perform their jobs and retain the same opportunities as able-bodied colleagues. Now, the pandemic is testing the law and other pieces of employment legislation.

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Bressler, Amery & Ross acquires two-office firm in Texas

Bressler, Amery & Ross have expanded into Texas with new offices in Houston and Dallas, effective Aug. 1. The firm, headquartered in Florham Park, has acquired litigation and arbitration firm Ballard & Littlefield, resulting in the dual-office expansion. Ballard & Littlefield attorneys have extensive experience representing national and regional financial firms in securities, employment and ...

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68 percent of NJ voters for adult-use cannabis legalization, poll finds

“The polling results confirmed our belief that there is overwhelming support for the creation of a regulated, adult-use cannabis marketplace in New Jersey," said John Fanburg, co-chair of the cannabis law practice at Brach Eichler, which conducted the survey. “Respondents supported it because it will create tremendous opportunity. It will create vitally needed new businesses, the state will receive significant tax revenues and illegal sales will be dramatically reduced, if not eliminated."

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September in-person bar exam cancelled; remote exam set for October

With nearly 900 of the 2,000 law school grads who applied for the test coming from outside of New Jersey – and 150 from states subject to the governor's two-week self quarantine advisory – state Supreme Court Chief Justice Stuart Rabner wrote that, "a remote bar examination will maintain professional standards and public confidence at a time when health officials counsel against large, in-person events."

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