Apr 19 2021
Anchor Institutions Will Bring Investment to NJOZs and Attract Targeted Industries 04.19.2021The second in a series exploring the various programs of the Economic Recovery Act of 2020, this article discusses the Community Anchor Institution Program and ways it may attract investment to certain New Jersey Opportunity Zones from targeted industries.
Apr 08 2021
Confidential? Not So Fast, Say New Jersey Courts 04.08.2021The New Jersey Law Journal
Wilentz attorney Samantha Stillo cautions other lawyers to resist the urge to overuse protective or confidential orders and discusses a recent decision that demonstrates the tenacity of the New Jersey District Court’s response to over-designation in this article she wrote, published by the New Jersey Law Journal.
Mar 03 2021
Health Care and the Business of Cannabis: Legal Questions and Answers 03.03.2021American Health Law Association
In the first edition of "Health Care and the Business of Cannabis: Legal Questions and Answers," a first-of-its-kind project spearheaded by Wilentz healthcare and corporate attorney Lisa Gora, the American Health Law Association offers insight on the interplay between medical marijuana and the health care industry, as well as guidance for providing informed counsel to hospitals, physicians and other healthcare practitioners on business opportunities surrounding medicinal marijuana and its by-products.
Mar 01 2021
Deciphering the New Jersey Economic Recovery Act of 2020: Part I 03.01.2021The first in a series, this article provides an overview of the New Jersey Economic Recovery Act of 2020 (ERA), with a specific focus on the programs with the broadest reach and most extensive incentives available, known as Aspire and Emerge. Wilentz attorneys are writing a series of articles that explore the provisions of the ERA in greater detail, offering explanation and insights concerning the range of benefits available to developers and businesses, as well as the types of projects and locations throughout the State that may be eligible for these incentives.
Feb 12 2021
Construction Contracts During And Post-Pandemic: It’s No Time For A “Jersey Contract” 02.12.2021New Jersey Builders Association Dimensions Magazine
The COVID-19 pandemic has introduced uncertainty into the respective responsibilities of contracting parties in a construction project. Owners, designers and contractors should consider a few provisions in contracting during and post-pandemic, including specific scope of work and force majeure provisions.
Feb 08 2021
The Microbusiness Cannabis License and the Entrepreneur: A Point of Entry to NJ’s Market 02.08.2021New Jersey Law Journal (reprinted with permission)
With the legalization of adult use cannabis, the New Jersey legislature has created new opportunities for New Jersey entrepreneurs in the cannabis market by developing the concept of a “microbusiness” license within the recreational cannabis market. The microbusiness license establishes a path for New Jersey entrepreneurs to avoid competing with multi-state operators who have access to the capital necessary to operate a full license cannabis establishment along with other protections favoring New Jersey residents.
Jan 20 2021
Handling a Referral to the Division of Child Protection and Permanency 01.20.2021New Jersey Law Journal (reprinted with permission)
Considering the complexity surrounding the Division of Child Protection and Permanency (DCPP) investigations for potential abuse and neglect, this article provides a comprehensive summary of the investigation process for family law counsel, from initial referral to completion and closing of the investigation.
Jan 05 2021
NJ Recreational Cannabis Licensing: The Road Ahead 01.05.2021New Jersey Law Journal (reprinted with permission)
On Dec. 17, 2020, the New Jersey State Assembly and the Senate passed the New Jersey Cannabis Regulatory, Enforcement Assistance, and Marketplace Modernization Act (known as S21), which establishes the legal framework for New Jersey to develop, regulate and enforce the recreational cannabis marketplace.
Nov 23 2020
NJ Gears Up to Regulate Adult Use Recreational Cannabis Market 11.23.2020New Jersey Law Journal (reprinted with permission)
In the long road to legalization, on November 3, 2020, 67% of New Jersey voters approved the proposed amendment to the state’s Constitution to legalize a regulated adult use recreational cannabis market.
Oct 20 2020
SCOTUS Confronted With Racist and Discriminatory History of Cannabis Criminalization 10.20.2020New Jersey Law Journal (reprinted with permission)
Nine amicus briefs have been filed with the U.S. Supreme Court in support of Washington v. Barr demanding that the Controlled Substances Act be declared unconstitutional. Load More