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The Stay Stays in Medical Marijuana RFA Case

Since December of last year the New Jersey Department of Health (DOH) has been barred from moving forward in the request for application process for medical marijuana facilities after being sued for unfairly excluding some applicants due to allegedly corrupt PDF files submitted as part of their applications. The applicants contend the alleged corruption of […]

New Jersey’s DOH Continues Court Fight for Problem It Could Solve Administratively

Justin Zaremba of NJ Cannabis Insider has covered the latest developments in the ongoing dispute between the New Jersey Department of Health and litigants claiming to be unfairly excluded from the state’s Medical Marijuana facility licensing program due to a corrupt PDFs. NJDOH sought to dissolve the stay preventing the 2019 RFA process from moving […]

Easy Route Available for Resolving Medical Marijuana Facility Delays

Ansell Grimm & Aaron PC partner Josh Bauchner recently wrote a guest column for Cannabis Insider addressing issues surrounding the appeal of New Jersey’s 2019 Request for Applications to open medical marijuana facilities. The column, in full, appears below: In the last issue of Cannabis Insider, a guest columnist purported to offer “several” solutions to […]

Rick Brodsky discusses NJ Property taxes with Mansion Global

Ansell Grimm & Aaron PC partner Rick Brodsky was recently interviewed by international real estate publication Mansion Global on the property tax burden faced by New Jersey home owners. You can check out his comments here: Why Do New Jersey Residents Pay the Highest Taxes?

Business Delayed is Business Denied for Potential Cannabis Licensees

According to a recent report in the NJCannabis Insider (subscription required) applicants from the 2019 Request for Applications for medical cannabis licensing denied due to corruption of their online applications continue to await their day in court. Josh Bauchner, an attorney with Ansell Grimm & Aaron PC representing several clients who were disqualified from the […]

Client Alert: What to Expect from the CARES Act – The Paycheck Protection Program

While we are facing a global crisis in connection with the Coronavirus, or COVID-19 pandemic, life as we know it has been significantly disrupted. Small businesses are struggling to stay afloat, especially those that have been made to work remotely, close their doors entirely, or substantially limit their business operations by order of state and […]

Client Alert: Important Information about the Families First Coronavirus Response Act

Summary:  The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (“FFCRA”) has made substantial changes to employee rights and employer responsibilities, including the creation of emergency paid sick leave and the expansion of the FMLA to include paid leave in certain circumstances. The Families First Coronavirus Response Act On March 18, 2020, the president signed the FFCRA into […]

Client Alert: Information for NJ employers about pay during COVID-19 closures

As the COVID-19 situation continues to evolve, many business owners have questions about New Jersey law. Many are asking whether they are required to pay employees under certain circumstances in a pandemic. Our Labor and Employment attorneys share the following information. Under New Jersey law, do we have to pay our employees if our business […]