The Philadelphia Inquirer deemed Stephanie one of the region’s most accomplished attorneys.
"A sledgehammer to fix a wristwatch," says Scott of the law requiring removal of hateful online content in this Digiday article.
NJBIZ recognized Millner and Jackson as leaders and innovators in the legal profession.
Clients describe Margaret as an “excellent” Health Law attorney who handles a broad spectrum of health care matters.
Named a Diversity & Inclusion Honoree, JT was recognized for his advocacy within the firm and the profession.
The annual list recognized these emerging leaders in the law for their accomplishments.
Patrick is recognized for his professional achievements, leadership and community involvement.
The IRS audit rate for cannabis businesses is extremely high, and the harsh effects and lack of clarity in tax regulations have added to the frustration. But Fox Tax Partner Jennifer E. Benda reports in an article for Law360 that courts have recently issued opinions "that give cannabis businesses some additional guidance on tax issues."
Bloomberg Radio’s "Politics, Policy, Power and Law” program featured Nicholas Casiello, Jr. for its discussion about the Supreme Court’s landmark opinion on sports betting. States are free to legalize betting on single sporting events – Nicholas explains how states may approach legalization and regulation.
As immigrant arrests have risen, businesses that rely on foreign workers need to plan for the possibility of workplace raids or inspections by federal agents, as well as understand how warrants govern these situations. In this podcast, Kristen Schneck and Mark Harley discuss company preparations and proper conduct for routine or unplanned inspections by federal agents.