Soil and Fill Recyclable Materials Industry Scrambles to Comply With New Law Aimed to Crack Down on Illegal Dumping

By: Nicholas J. Lochetta II, Partner, Archer & Greiner P.C. How New Jersey’s soil and fill recycling businesses will be impacted. New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy recently signed Senate bill S-1683 (A-4267) extending many compliance requirements for the solid waste industry. This effort to overhaul rules applicable to soil and fill recycling businesses comes after View Article →

Medical Marijuana and Group Health Insurance Plans – Continued Legalization May Provide In-Roads to Coverage

By: Charles A. Bruder, Member, Norris McLaughlin, P.A. As the legalization of medical marijuana becomes more prevalent both in New Jersey and nationwide, group health insurance plan administrators face the daunting task of keeping up with an ever-evolving legal landscape. One question, however, is likely familiar to all such individuals: “Can our group health insurance View Article →

DO’s and DONT’s of Hard Drive Destruction & Disposal

By: Rachel Lau, Social Media, Arts & Design, Guardian Data Destruction Hard drive destruction isn’t as easy as it seems! Destroying a hard drive goes beyond deleting files, smashing it on the ground, and then tossing it out. To securely destroy a hard drive and its expired (and possibly quite confidential) data, enterprises need a View Article →

Eight Key Estate-Planning Tips You Can Take to the Bank

By: Joy Matak, JD, LLM, Principal and Trusts and Estates National Practice Co-Leader, CohnReznick As 2019 has now ended, it’s time to get your finances and your estate in shape. The federal exemption from estate taxes has never been higher, and income taxes are relatively low. Before the holidays arrive to eat up your time View Article →

USCIS Expands Guidance About What Constitutes Good Moral Character for Naturalization For The USCIS Policy Manual

By: David Nachman, Esq., Managing Attorney, Nachman Phulwani Zimovcak (NPZ) Law Group, P.C. The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services expanded its policy guidance regarding unlawful acts that may prevent an applicant from meeting the good moral character (GMC) requirement for naturalization. The commission of, or conviction or imprisonment for, an unlawful act, during the statutory View Article →