• 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.

  • Apr 01 2022

    Cannabis Testing Employees: The Haze Continues 04.01.2022New Jersey Law Journal (reprinted with permission)
    This New Jersey Law Journal article, written by Wilentz Shareholders Lisa Gora and Tracy Armstrong, reviews the cannabis testing guidance currently set by the NJ Cannabis Law and the importance of the pending regulations to clarify the law’s impact on employment drug testing.

  • Feb 22 2022

    The Adult Use Cannabis License Application Opened Two Months Ago: What Comes Next? 02.22.2022New Jersey Law Journal (reprinted with permission)
    This New Jersey Law Journal article written by Wilentz Shareholder Lisa Gora and Associate Natalie Moszczynski recapitulates the data since the Cannabis Regulatory Commission began accepting license applications on December 15, 2021 and reviews the requirements to apply to Class 5 Cannabis Retailer Licenses, which will open on March 15, 2022.

  • Jan 06 2022

    Personal Adult-Use Cannabis: Business License Applications Are Finally Here 01.06.2022New Jersey Law Journal (reprinted with permission)
    This New Jersey Law Journal article written by Wilentz Shareholder Lisa Gora and Associate Natalie Moszczynski examines the license types the Cannabis Regulatory Commission began accepting on December 15, 2021 and the remaining license types that are pending regulations and applications.

  • Nov 30 2021

    Declassifying Cannabis as a Schedule 1 Drug: How Can It Be Done and What Will the Effects Be? 11.30.2021New Jersey Law Journal (reprinted with permission)
    This New Jersey Law Journal article written by Wilentz Shareholder Lisa Gora and law clerk Natalie Moszczynski examines the federal legislative efforts, over the past few years, to amend the Controlled Substances Act.

  • Sep 15 2021

    Drafting Construction Contracts During And Post-Pandemic: It’s No Time For A “Jersey Contract” – Part Two 09.15.2021New Jersey Builders Association Dimensions Magazine
    The second part of a two-part series written by Dan Kluska and Don Taylor for New Jersey Builders Association Dimensions Magazine Summer 2021 Edition, "Drafting Construction Contracts During And Post-Pandemic: It’s No Time For A “Jersey Contract” – Part Two" focuses on construction contract provisions addressing price escalation and substitution of goods, health and safety requirements, and indemnification provisions during and post-pandemic. 

  • Aug 16 2021

    A Guide to Private Equity Investment in Health Care 08.16.2021This article written by Wilentz Shareholders Grace Mack and Michael Schaff takes a deep dive into the legal and practical issues that a health care entity would want to consider when weighing a potential private equity investment transaction, including business models, state law restrictions and COVID-19 considerations.

  • Jun 09 2021

    The Emerge Tax Credit Program: New Caps, More Benefit to State and Enhanced Regulatory Oversight 06.09.2021The fifth in a series of articles written by Wilentz attorneys about the New Jersey Economic Recovery Act incentive programs, “The Emerge Tax Credit Program: New Caps, More Benefit to State and Enhanced Regulatory Oversight,” takes a deep dive into the successor program to the expired Grow NJ program, aimed at offering tax benefits to employers in high-priority industries and targeted locations. Read it to learn how the Grow NJ Program has been overhauled and replaced under the Economic Recovery Act through the newly-established Emerge Program, and what applicants would want to know about program incentives, eligibility and ongoing requirements.

  • May 07 2021

    New Jersey’s Innovation Evergreen Fund – Harnessing Venture Capital Firms to Serve as Catalysts for Development of High Growth Businesses In Targeted Industries Located In Planning Area 1 and NJOZs 05.07.2021The fourth in a series of articles written by Wilentz attorneys exploring the various programs of the New Jersey Economic Recovery Act of 2020, "New Jersey’s Innovation Evergreen Fund – Harnessing Venture Capital Firms to Serve as Catalysts for Development of High Growth Businesses In Targeted Industries Located In Planning Area 1 and NJOZs" discusses how the New Jersey Economic Development Authority can allocate funding to venture firms to make investments of capital in high growth, targeted industry businesses with less than 250 employees.

  • Apr 30 2021

    A Closer Look at the Legislation to Decriminalize Marijuana in New Jersey 04.30.2021New Jersey Law Journal (reprinted with permission)
    Wilentz lawyers Darren Gelber and Lisa Gora take a deep dive into the “New Jersey Cannabis Regulatory, Enforcement Assistance, and Marketplace Modernization Act” signed into law by Governor Murphy on February 22, 2021. In their article titled “A Closer Look at the Legislation to Decriminalize Marijuana in New Jersey,” published by the New Jersey Law Journal, they discuss New Jersey’s decriminalization of recreational use of marijuana and offer clear guidance on the law for attorneys, law enforcement, and the public.

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