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With the CRC Operational, When Will Recreational Cannabis Licenses Be Available in New Jersey?
Author: Daniel T. McKillopDate: April 26, 2021
The process of establishing New Jersey’s legal recreational cannabis market recently took a giant step forward. After months of delays, the Cannabis Regulatory Commission (CRC) is now up and running, having held its first public meeting on April 12, 2021.
"By applying the values of safety and equity, we will center our work around creating and protecting access for patients, promoting the production of safe products, and promoting diversity and inclusion in the industry to develop a national model for sensible, fair oversight,” CRC Chair Dianna Houenou stated during the meeting.
What Does SEC’s Yahoo Settlement Mean for Cyber Enforcement?
The SEC Recently Announced it has Reached a $35 Million Settlement with Altaba Inc. (formerly known as Yahoo! Inc.) -...
Even as Data Breaches Continue to Increase, Obstacles Remain for Litigants Seeking to Pursue Securities Fraud and Derivative Suits
This article was originally published in the April 2018 issue of New Jersey Lawyer, a publication of the New Jersey...
NJ Appellate Court Considers Violation of Underground Facility Protection Act
Violation of New Jersey’s Underground Facility Protection Act Not Necessarily Proximate Cause of Damage to Underground Plant A New Jersey...
Cybersecurity: What Can We Learn From the Yahoo Data Breach?
Yahoo Breach Offers Two Important Cybersecurity Lessons Yahoo Inc.’s cybersecurity woes continue to offer lessons for New York and New...
Yes, There's A Lightsaber School and Lucasfilm Is Suing It
November 2, 2016
Why is Lucasfilm Suing this Lightsaber School? In the midst of losing themselves in the thrill of fantastical combat, a company...
DOJ and FTC Propose Updates to IP Licensing Guidelines
October 28, 2016
How Could These Proposed Updates Change IP Licensing Guidelines? The Department of Justice (DOJ) and Federal Trade Commission (FTC) are...
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