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"We’re Out of the Weeds – CRC Releases Initial Rules & Regs for New Jersey’s Adult-Use Marketplace" Genova Burns Cannabis Attorneys Publish Article in National Cannabis Industry Association
Genova Burns Cannabis Law Practice Co-Chairs Charles J. Messina, Esq. and Jennifer Roselle, Esq., and Associate Daniel Pierre, Esq. recently penned an article entitled, "We’re Out of the Weeds – CRC Releases Initial Rules & Regs for New Jersey’s Adult-Use Marketplace" which has been published by the National Cannabis Industry Association.
Patrick McGovern and Daniel Pierre Featured in Freightwaves Article "Latest Package of New Jersey Laws Further Targets Independent Contractor Status"
Firm Partner Patrick W. McGovern, Esq. and Associate Daniel Pierre, Esq. were recently featured in Freightwaves.com article "Latest Package of New Jersey Laws Further Targets Independent Contractor Status". The article focuses on the recent bills the Governor has signed which build on set of rules from January 2020 that includes risk of state-ordered shutdown for misclassification.
New Jersey Enacts Higher Penalties for Employee Misclassification
On July 8, 2021, Governor Phil Murphy signed three bills into law that continue to raise the stakes for employers that misclassify employees as independent contractors. With these changes, businesses that operate in New Jersey and misclassify employees can expect to pay stiffer fines and face legal enforcement actions that did not exist before.
Daniel Pierre to Present on Cannabis Law at the Second Annual Garden State Bar Association's Labor & Employment Symposium
Firm Associate Daniel Pierre will participate as a speaker at the Garden State Bar Associations' 2nd Annual Labor & Employment Symposium on June 22nd.
Genova Burns Cannabis Law Leaders Publish Article Discussing New Jersey Adult Use Law Legislation in the National Cannabis Industry Association
Genova Burns Cannabis Law Practice Co-Chairs Charles J. Messina, Esq. and Jennifer Roselle, Esq., and Associate Daniel Pierre, Esq. wrote an article entitled, "It’s Still Snowing – But is Jersey’s Grass Finally Green?" which has been published by the National Cannabis Industry Association.
Dina Mastellone, Jennifer Roselle, Brigette Eagan and Daniel Pierre Present Part II of an Employment Update 2021 Seminar for the New Jersey Coalition of Automotive Retailers
Firm Partner Dina M. Mastellone, Esq., Counsel Jennifer Roselle, Esq. and Brigette N. Eagan, Esq., and Associate Daniel Pierre, Esq. will present Part II of an Employment Update 2021 seminar for the New Jersey Coalition of Automotive Retailers on March 2nd.
Governor Murphy Gives Cannabis the Green Light
New Jersey wait no longer – recreational use of cannabis is finally here. Earlier today, Governor Murphy signed the enabling legislation for recreational use into law. What does this mean? Adults 21 and over will be permitted to consume recreational cannabis legally within the state, and the industry is soon poised to expand exponentially.
Nicholas DePaolo and Daniel Pierre Publish Part II of "Planting the Seed for A Greener New Jersey: The Intersection of Legal Cannabis and Real Estate in the Garden State" Article in Real Estate NJ
Nicholas L. DePaolo, Esq., Associate in the firm's Commercial Real Estate & Redevelopment Practice, and Daniel Pierre, Esq., Associate in the firm's Cannabis Law Practice, recently published part II of an article they co-wrote for Real Estate NJ entitled, "Planting the Seed for A Greener New Jersey: The Intersection of Legal Cannabis and Real Estate in the Garden State."
Genova Burns Cannabis Law Attorneys Answer Industry FAQs in ROI-NJ "Need to Know" Feature
Firm Cannabis Practice leaders Charles J. Messina, Esq., Jennifer Roselle, Esq., Rajiv D. Parikh, Esq., and Daniel Pierre, Esq. answered various questions impacting the industry in a recent ROI-NJ feature "Cannabis Need-to-Know."
Nicholas DePaolo and Daniel Pierre Pen "Planting the Seed for A Greener New Jersey: The Intersection of Legal Cannabis and Real Estate in the Garden State" Article in Real Estate NJ
Nicholas L. Depaolo, Esq., Associate in the firm's Commercial Real Estate & Redevelopment Practice, and Daniel Pierre, Esq., Associate in the firm's Cannabis Law Practice, recently co-wrote an article entitled, "Planting the Seed for A Greener New Jersey: The Intersection of Legal Cannabis and Real Estate in the Garden State," which was published in Real Estate NJ.
How Pangaea Will Shape New Jersey’s Cannabis Marketplace
According to the Appellate Division’s published opinion In re the Application for Medicinal Marijuana Alternative Treatment Ctr. for Pangaea Health and Wellness, LLC. et al. ___ N.J. Super. ____ (App. Div. 2020) the Department of Health (“the Department”) has some explaining to do about its Alternative Treatment Center licensing process.
Charles Messina and Daniel Pierre Published by The National Cannabis Industry Association: “Rolling Out Legal Cannabis in New Jersey – 15 Key Points from the Proposed Law”
Genova Burns Partner and Cannabis Law Practice Co-Chair Charles J. Messina and Associate Daniel Pierre have penned an article that was recently published by The National Cannabis Industry Association entitled "Rolling Out Legal Cannabis in New Jersey – 15 Key Points from the Proposed Law.”
Jennifer Roselle and Daniel Pierre Comment on What Legal Use Cannabis Can Mean for New Jersey Employers in HR Daily Advisor
Firm Cannabis Practice Group members Jennifer Roselle, Esq., Counsel and Daniel Pierre, Esq., Associate, discuss the potential effects that legal recreational use of cannabis can mean for New Jersey employers in a recent HR Daily Advisor article entitled “Employers in More States See Changing Marijuana Laws.”
The High Risk of Insuring Cannabis
As the billion-dollar cannabis industry continues to develop in the tri-state region and elsewhere, investors, cultivators, retailers and various ancillary businesses are realizing the heightened risks associated with their operations. Insurers and insureds alike, however, should be aware of the unique insurance challenges.
High Stakes: How Will the Legalization of Recreational Marijuana in New Jersey Affect the Workplace?
During this upcoming election, New Jersey residents will have an opportunity to vote on amending the New Jersey state constitution to legalize the recreational use of cannabis for adults 21 years and older. While many are excited and hopeful for the referendum to pass next month, some employers are rightfully concerned with how this change will affect the workplace.
Will You Be Immune to COVID-19 Lawsuits?
As businesses and institutions of higher education begin returning to in-person work or instruction, entities continue to grapple with reopening and the probability of infection despite following all current health guidelines. The evolving guidance from health officials, the federal, state and local governments means that businesses and institutions will be constantly monitoring and updating procedure and protocols in response to the public health emergency.