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By Neil M. Willner
Neil Willner (Associate-White Plains) co-authored "As the Smoke Clears (Part 1): How Will New York Regulate Weed? Proposed Legislation Holds Clues."
By Pete Schwenker, Wendy Testa
When asserting or defending third-party claims in the context of construction litigation, the underlying plaintiff's choice of legal theories can often dictate the available remedies for defendant(s) ...
By Ian Stewart, Neil M. Willner
This new statement by the FDA signals recognition by the agency of the public's intense interest in CBD-infused products.
By Robert Cornish Jr., Sun Ah Park
Three decades ago, Congress established the EB-5 Visa Program (EB-5) in order to stimulate the economy and create jobs through foreign investment ...
By Neil M. Willner
By removing industrial hemp from regulation under the Controlled Substances Act, the 2018 Farm Bill has garnered lots of excitement within the industry.
By Ian Stewart, Tarina Mand
The regulation also will limit online marijuana delivery services or websites that facilitate transactions between consumers and businesses.
By Mark Josephs
On November 29, 2018, Department of Justice (DOJ) Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein (DAG) delivered an important speech to a bar conference on the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act
By Jonathan E. Meer
The increased reliance of businesses on the Internet has led to faster communication and greater efficiency, but such reliance comes with possible tales of woe when technology fails or is misused.
By H. Michael O'Brien
In September 2018, California passed SB-327, the first Internet of Things (IoT) security law addressing growing concerns over cybersecurity ...
By William McDevitt
Bill McDevitt (Partner-Philadelphia) is a regular contributor to the Cannabis Law Journal. His monthly articles cover the risks and opportunities involving regulated medical marijuana in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
By Stephen Brown
A Connecticut federal court judge provided clarification on medical marijuana use under the Connecticut Palliative Use of Marijuana Act (PUMA) in Noffsinger v. SSC Niantic Operating Company LLC.
By Sean Maraynes
Advances in maternal fetal medicine and neonatology have dramatically increased survival rates for extremely premature infants, defined as infants born at fewer than 28 weeks gestation.
By Neil M. Willner
The New York State Department of Health's two-year report on the progress of its medical marijuana program revealed a 1,124% increase in certified patients registered under the program.
By Ian Stewart, James Kloss, Neil M. Willner
Public interest in the potential health benefits of CBD (cannabidiol) is responsible for a whole new market segment of health and wellness foods and supplements that features CBD as an ingredient.
By Michael P. Manfredi
If you have spent any time in Los Angeles or New York City recently, you may have noticed adults riding two-wheeled electric scooters ...
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