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By Carl Merino, G. Warren Whitaker
On January 16, Carl Merino and Warren Whitaker participated in "Estate Planning Across Borders: A Guide for the Perplexed," a program at the annual meeting of the New York State Bar Association ...
By Dina Kapur Sanna
On January 16, Dina Kapur Sanna will be speaking on a panel, "Lose the Fear of the Foreign – Practical Planning Strategies,"
By Sebastian Lombardi
Reductions in greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, carbon neutrality, green economy jobs and energy affordability are the main energy policy recommendations made to Connecticut's new governor,
By Sebastian Lombardi
Reductions in greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, carbon neutrality, green economy jobs and energy affordability are the main energy policy recommendations made to Connecticut's new governor, Ned Lamont, as he begins his term.
By Katharine A. Coffey, Peter Wolfson, Brooke Luxenberg Kaplan, Jennifer L. Solberg
The New Jersey Appellate Division has determined that the City of Hoboken cannot retroactively apply municipal land use ordinances to effectively revoke prior land use approvals.
By David M. Waizer
Your offices will be in New York City, your employees will be in New York and New Jersey, and your first target customers will be up and down the East Coast—why would you want to incorporate your startup in Delaware?
By Alexandra Pearsall
The CMS recently published proposed changes to the Anti-Kickback Statute and Stark Law to address concerns that these laws are too restrictive and not current with modern healthcare and therefore are stifling innovation ...
By Alexandra Pearsall
The FDA recently published a Notice and Request for Comments regarding a potential proposal to impose less stringent regulations on biopharmaceutical software applications, signifying an area of growth for digital health technology.
By Theresa Kelly, Alba V. Aviles
Employers are well aware that discrimination based on such classifications as race, gender and national origin is unlawful.
By Heather Weine Brochin, Naju Lathia
The New Jersey Appellate Division recently held that an arbitration agreement that failed to identify the forum or a process for selecting the forum was insufficient to form a contract between the parties...
By Michael Bissinger, Michael Dell
Employers may find themselves wishing that certain potential "gifts" from the New Jersey Legislature—a new payroll tax and the advancement of a bill legalizing recreational marijuana use—stay under wraps.
By Francine Esposito, Gregory Tabakman
New York State and City have some of the most employee-friendly employment laws in the country, and in 2018, legislatures passed numerous new laws and amendments to existing employment laws.
By Francine Esposito, Laura H. Schuman
2018 was a year of whirlwind changes in labor law.
By John McLafferty, Howard Fetner
One year into it, the #MeToo movement continues to shine a spotlight on workplace harassment. For fiscal year 2018, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) saw a 13.6 percent increase ...
By George Mikhail
On November 26, 2018, the CMS proposed a new rule aimed at lowering the cost of prescription drugs and out-of-pocket expenses under Medicare Advantage and Part D prescription plans.
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