Category: General Practice

Dispensing Clarity About NJ’s Current Medical Marijuana Law

“Up in Smoke” was the name of a classic “stoner” movie starring Cheech and Chong. It also could describe New Jersey’s current medical marijuana program, which until yesterday was cumbersome, difficult to navigate, and had numerous limitations on the medical use and dispensing of marijuana. On July 2, 2019, Governor Murphy signed the “Jake Honig

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Underage Drinking In Your Home May Leave You With a Legal Headache

It is every parent’s nightmare. Their child is involved in a motor vehicle accident involving a drunk driver and is killed. In their desire to hold someone accountable, they sue everyone they can think of who might have contributed to their child’s death. The Appellate Division in Estate of Narleski v. Gomes, Docket No. A-5144-17T4

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NJ Law Makes an Impact for Affordable Mental Health

Making an impact on mental health matters. Everyone knows that their health insurance is supposed to cover physical injuries.  You fall down, you get hurt, you go to the doctor, and you submit the bill to insurance.  You get a cough, you go to the urgent care center, you get medicine, and the cough goes away. People

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What Makes A Good Attorney?

I am a sucker for the Olympics.  I love watching people push themselves to be the best in the world at some obscure event that requires an insane amount of skill and talent.  Then there are the guys who make you scratch your head and wonder “What do THEY do?”  The middle guys in the four-man bobsled-what do

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