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October vote on recreational marijuana likely, Murphy says

October vote on recreational marijuana likely, Murphy says

Gov. Phil Murphy said he is confident the Legislature will be ready to vote on a bill by the end of October that would legalize adult-use,...

Poll: NJ support for Kavanaugh split among gender, party lines

New Jerseyans have been paying attention to confirmation hearings for Judge Brett Kavanaugh in droves and more than half of the state’s voters...

OP-ED: How contractors can benefit from NJ's new P3 law

On Aug. 14, New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy signed into law into legislation that expands the possibility for government entities to enter into...

Lawmakers eyeing Oct. 29 marijuana vote, Sweeney says

Senate President Stephen Sweeney, D-3rd District, is marking Oct. 29 as the date he wants to hold a vote in both houses to legalize adult-use...

Uber to pay NJ $3.75M as part of data breach, AG says

Uber to pay NJ $3.75M as part of data breach, AG says

Ride-sharing company Uber has agreed to pay $148 million in a multistate data breach settlement, of which $3.75 million is for New Jersey, Attorney...

Grewal one of 7 AGs issuing defense of Obama-era OSHA rule

New Jersey is signing onto a multistate letter urging the Trump administration to reverse its proposed rollback on a rule requiring employers to...

2 Jersey law firms prepare to join

Two New Jersey law firms will merge under the McManimon, Scotland and Baumann LLC masthead effective Monday.

Locke Lord's Brown nabs national diversity award

Locke Lord Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer Paulette Brown was selected as one of 50 honorees to receive the Council on Legal Education...

Giordano Halleran adds Kenlon as shareholder

Giordano Halleran adds Kenlon as shareholder

Commercial real estate attorney Jennivere Kenlon has joined Giordano Halleran &...

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