Jun 11, 2019

CSG adds two members to trust and estates practice

Steven Loeb and Heidi Hansen join the firm from Fein Such Kahn & Shepard PC in Parsippany.

Jun 10, 2019

Still surprising

The state law designed to prevent excessive medical bills is a year old but remains incomplete.

Law books
Jun 6, 2019

Seton Hall law professor receives Truman Foundation award

The Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation named incoming Seton Hall University of Law Professor Jennifer Oliva the 2019 recipient of the honor, which recognizes a Truman Scholar who is a current or former member of the armed forces and has made significant contributions to public service and the Truman community.

Jun 4, 2019

Lowenstein Sandler gains new senior management

The Roseland-based firm said the new chief innovation and information officer, chief marketing officer and director of pricing and profitability positions reflect an adjustment to an industry-wide shift toward professionalizing the C-Suite.

Inside one of his cannabis flowering rooms at PharmaCann in Montgomery, N.Y.
Jun 4, 2019

Brach Eichler develops web series around NJ cannabusiness

The first four videos in the New Jersey Cannabis Primer Series address issues including home rule, business opportunities in the new medical licensing round, and employment law practices in New Jersey.

Jun 4, 2019

Archer & Greiner appoints its 1st woman chair

Deborah Hayes' appointment, together with the firm's COO Stacey Sinclair, President Chris Gibson noted, brings the composition of Archer’s senior leadership team to two-thirds composed of women lawyers.

Jun 3, 2019

State seeks VW settlement cash to fund heavy-duty electric vehicle deployment

The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection is requesting approval from the trustee overseeing the Volkswagen settlement funds to disburse $16 million for the deployment of electric heavy-duty garbage trucks, school buses, and port-related vehicles. The request is the second from the DEP for funding from the state’s $72.2 million share of federal settlements to […]

Law books
Jun 3, 2019

Cooper Levenson expands to NYC

Former partner Joseph Mahon will return to assume the role of lead attorney for the Atlantic City firm's new office.

Jun 3, 2019

Riker Danzig’s Quraishi appointed federal magistrate judge

The firm's chief diversity officer and white collar criminal defense chair is the first Asian American to sit on the federal bench in New Jersey's history.

Jun 3, 2019

Colorado firm agrees not to seek Parsippany manufacturer’s trade secrets

While many trade secrets cases are brought into state court, two aspects of this case put it in federal court: diversity of citizenship, since Acrow Corp. of America is based in New Jersey and Big R is based in Colorado; and that the federal statute provides a remedy for attempted misappropriation while state law doesn’t.

Jun 3, 2019

OP-ED: Positive developments

State legislators recently announced that legalizing marijuana will be decided by voters in a 2020 referendum, leaving a $60 million hole in the state budget proposal Gov. Phil Murphy released earlier this year. Despite that setback, there is another, less controversial, step state officials can take to collect tens of millions of dollars in revenue: stop wealthy developers from taking advantage o[...]

May 31, 2019

Brown to lead crisis and risk management at Scarinci Hollenbeck

After joining the firm of March of this year, Raymond Brown has been named practice leader for the Crisis & Risk Management Practice Group.