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By Archer & Greiner
In the latest effort across the country to address the "glass ceiling" and pay inequity issues, New Jersey recently passed a new law to significantly limit salary information that can be obtained
By Lori Grifa
On August 5, 2019, the New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority ("NJSEA") released its Draft Hackensack Meadowlands District Master Plan update for 2020.
By Daniel DeFiglio, Anthony Fassano
Bill Murray's words in the 1993 classic Groundhog Day have so far withstood the test of time.
By Archer & Greiner
There are two primary issues to address when dealing with custody, legal and physical custody. Legal custody determines who has the responsibility making decisions regarding the health, religion, education and welfare of the chid(ren).
By Archer & Greiner
Earlier this month, Governor Murphy signed the Jake Honig Compassionate Use Medical Cannabis Act (CUMCA), which amended the state's medical marijuana law.
By Archer & Greiner
Thomas Muccifori, in addition to being chair of the trade secret protection and non-compete practice at Archer & Greiner in Haddonfield, is hiring chair, and recruiting and retention partner.
By Archer & Greiner
Recently, Facebook encountered the largest data breach in its history. A hack in September 2018 exploited vulnerabilities in the code that powers the social network and compromised
By Robert Egan, Kate Sherlock
Most cybersecurity news headlines involve massive data breaches affecting millions of individuals. Many small to medium-sized business owners, including lawyers, assume that data breaches are a "big corporation" problem, but U.S
By Carlton L. Johnson, Thomas W. Nardi
Clients operating—or looking to become involved—in the cannabis space face significant challenges: Uncertain legal footing, thin profit margins, tight competition and a stigmatized product, to name but a few.
By Robert Egan
Consumers, employees, and businesses commonly sign agreements that contain provisions that require disputes to be resolved by arbitration, rather than in the courts
By John C. Connell
The Supreme Court's Matal v. Tam decision, ruling the government must grant a trademark to the band called the Slants, offered little guidance for future legal cases.
By Kate Sherlock
Good news for entrepreneurs in the CBD industry After months of silence and stalled applications following the issuance of the Farm Bill of 2018 the United States Patent and Trademark Office ("USPTO")
By Kate Sherlock
Recent headlines have publicized the expanding duties that courts and governments everywhere are imposing on businesses to take measures to protect ...
By Daniel DeFiglio, Anthony Fassano
The members of our Trade Secret Protection and Noncompete Group often field some variation of the same question from clients: if a court finds that my restrictive covenant is too broad, what happens? Will the court toss it?
By Thomas Muccifori, Anthony Fassano
Employers must consider a variety of factors to determine a potential candidate's fit. Salary requirements, skill set and personality are, of course, all very important.
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