• Nov 01 2022

    Biden’s Pardon and Its Future Impact on Cannabis: A Federal Update 11.01.2022New Jersey Law Journal (reprinted with permission)
    This article in the New Jersey Law Journal, co-authored by Michael F. Schaff and Natalie Moszczynski, discusses President Biden’s initiative to pardon individuals convicted of simple marijuana possessions to eliminate challenges like obtaining employment, housing or educational opportunities.

  • Oct 27 2022

    Excessive Logjam in Expungement Process a Disservice to the Public 10.27.2022New Jersey Law Journal (reprinted with permission)
    This article in the New Jersey Law Journal, written by Wilentz Shareholder and Co-Chair of the Criminal Law and Cannabis Law teams, Darren M. Gelber, discusses the importance of expungements for a client's future and how the expungement process has become interminable.

  • Sep 22 2022

    Magic Mushrooms in The Garden State? A Look Into the Proposed Psilocybin Legal Landscape in New Jersey 09.22.2022New Jersey Law Journal (reprinted with permission)
    This article in the New Jersey Law Journal, co-authored by Lisa Gora and Wilentz associate Natalie Moszczynski, discusses the recent updates in state legislatures regarding Psilocybin, a naturally occurring psychedelic, and how its' legalization would impact decriminalization, de-prioritization, and scientific and medical research. 

  • Sep 12 2022

    Corporate Practice of Medicine 09.12.2022Laws of Medicine eBook
    Wilentz attorneys Michael F. Schaff, co-chair of the Corporate, Health and Cannabis Law Teams, and Jason J. Krisza co-authored a chapter entitled “Corporate Practice of Medicine” published in the Laws of Medicine.

  • Aug 29 2022

    Defining Privacy of Biometric Information: Legislative Approaches to Growing Use of Biometrics in Our Society and What it Means for Businesses 08.29.2022New Jersey Lawyer Magazine (Reprinted with Permission)
    Biometric data privacy laws are quickly popping up all across the country, with more and more being signed into law with each passing year. Wilentz attorneys Brett Harris and Natalie Moszczynski’s recent article in the New Jersey Lawyer examines the fairly new, but quickly expanding, biometric data privacy laws being passed and introduced throughout the country, the current proposed legislation in New Jersey, and concerns that business entities should keep in mind in order to maintain legal compliance when involved with biometric data.

  • Aug 04 2022

    The Latest on Taxation of New Jersey Cannabis 08.04.2022New Jersey Law Journal (reprinted with permission)
    This article in the New Jersey Law Journal, co-authored by Michael F. Schaff, Co-Chair of the Corporate, Health, and Cannabis law practice groups, and Natalie Moszczynski discusses the update on New Jersey’s taxation of Medicinal and Recreational Cannabis.

  • Jun 27 2022

    Removing the Stigma of Prior Marijuana Arrests and Charges in NJ 06.27.2022New Jersey Law Journal (reprinted with permission)
    This New Jersey Law Journal article authored by Wilentz Shareholder Darren M. Gelber discusses the efforts to remove cannabis-related items from criminal records in New Jersey, from expedited expungement to amending the Pretrial Intervention statute.

  • Jun 07 2022

    Everything You Wanted to Know about Cannabis… But Were Afraid To Ask 06.07.2022The Secured Lender
    This article in The Secured Lender, co-authored by Michael F. Schaff, Co-Chair of the Corporate, Health, and Cannabis law practice groups, discusses the financing challenges businesses in the cannabis industry face.

  • May 13 2022

    Historic First Day of Personal Adult-Use Sales and Preservation of Medicinal Cannabis Market 05.13.2022New Jersey Law Journal (reprinted with permission)
    This New Jersey Law Journal article co-authored by Wilentz attorney Natalie Moszczynski, and Epstein, Becker & Green attorney Lisa Gora, examines "how the NJ Cannabis Regulatory Commission is ensuring continued access and availability for medicinal cannabis patients, now that the product is also available to recreational users."

  • May 04 2022

    Narrow Amendment to Statute of Limitations May Have Wide Implications for Some Developers 05.04.2022New Jersey Law Journal (reprinted with permission)
    Wilentz construction law attorneys Donald E. Taylor and Daniel J. Kluska’s article in the New Jersey Law Journal reviews Senate Bill 396, signed into law in January 2022 by Governor Phil Murphy, which may have some unintended consequences as the new law extends the time for claims by planned real estate development associations against real estate developers, under certain circumstances.

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