Wilentz lawyers have earned national recognition in numerous areas of the law and are frequently called upon by news media to provide commentary on breaking stories and legal topics.
  • Apr 01 2019

    New Jersey Courts See Long-Term Plunge in All Filings 04.01.2019New Jersey Law Journal
    In an interview with New Jersey Law Journal, Wilentz Shareholder and Criminal Law Team Chair Darren Gelber comments on the decline in criminal filings in New Jersey and its impact on the practice of criminal defense law.

  • Feb 13 2019

    Ten Leaders Profile: Angela M. Scafuri 02.13.2019Ten Leaders
    In this Ten Leaders profile, Wilentz Shareholder and family lawyer Angela Scafuri discusses her matrimonial practice in New Jersey.

  • Dec 20 2018

    New York’s Opioid-Fee Law Blocked by Judge as Unconstitutional 12.20.2018Bloomberg BNA
    In an interview with Bloomberg BNA, Wilentz Shareholders Michael Schaff and Grace Mack comment on the recent ruling to block the Opioid Stewardship Act, which established a $600 million fund that requires pharmaceutical manufacturers and wholesale distributors that are licensed to sell or distribute opioid products in New York state to fund the law through annual assessments based on sales.

  • Nov 14 2018

    Understanding the Business of Medical Marijuana 11.14.2018Medical Economics
    In this Medical Economics column concerning treatment of patients under State and Federal medical marijuana programs, Wilentz Shareholders and Cannabis Law Team Co-Chairs Angelo Cifaldi and Michael Schaff discuss ways in which physicians may earn income from medical marijuana and remain compliant with their state's laws.

  • Nov 12 2018

    BAR REPORT - The New Jersey Supreme Court Virtual Museum: An Interactive, Educational Experience That’s Free and Always Available 11.12.2018New Jersey Law Journal
    In this New Jersey Law Journal article announcing the launch of the New Jersey Supreme Court Virtual Museum, the New Jersey Supreme Court Historical Advisory Board members discuss the new website's mission to preserve the history of the state’s highest court through interactive online exhibits.

  • Oct 11 2018

    President’s Perspective: State Bar Launches Mentor Match Program 10.11.2018New Jersey Lawyer
    In this President's Perspective column of New Jersey Lawyer magazine announcing the New Jersey State Bar Association's new mentor program, NJSBA President John E. Keefe Jr. emphasizes the value of mentors to junior lawyers and those just beginning their legal careers.

  • Aug 30 2018

    Growing Business Opportunities in NJ’s Cannabis Industry: A Legal Perspective 08.30.2018Commerce Magazine
    In this Commerce Magazine column covering the legal landscape facing the growing cannabis industry in New Jersey, Wilentz Shareholder and Cannabis Law Team Co-Chair Michael Schaff comments about emerging revenue opportunities for the State and for those conducting business across the legal cannabis market’s supply chain.

  • Aug 10 2018

    NJSBA Sidebar: The Pot Edition 08.10.2018NJSBA Podcast Sidebar
    In this New Jersey State Bar Association podcast, Wilentz shareholder Michael Schaff and Seth Tipton, partner at Florio, Perrucci, Steinhardt, and Cappelli, both chairs of the bar association’s new Cannabis Law Committee, discuss emerging legal issues in the cannabis market.

  • Aug 02 2018

    United Healthcare Resolves New Jersey Enforcement Action 08.02.2018Bloomberg BNA Health Care Daily Report
    In this interview with Bloomberg BNA Health Care Daily Report, Michael Schaff and Grace Mack comment on compliance in response to a recent insurance regulation settlement.

  • May 17 2018

    No Legalization Yet, But 'Shift' Sees NJ Firms Firing Up Cannabis Practices 05.17.2018New Jersey Law Journal
    In this interview with the New Jersey Law Journal, Wilentz shareholders Angelo Cifaldi and Michael Schaff comment on the possibility of legalization of recreational marijuana in New Jersey, and the legal aspects associated with conducting business in the growing legal cannabis market in New Jersey.

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