Marijuana use for medicinal purposes can be traced to 2737 BC China where it reportedly was used to treat multiple ailments. Its use as a recommended treatment for certain ailments can be found in U.S. medical journals by the late 1700s. The landscape changed, however, and marijuana ultimately became, and remains, a Schedule I drug under the federal Controlled Substances Act. Nevertheless, presently twenty-eight states have legalized marijuana for medicinal purposes and 8 sta
The New Jersey Appellate Division recently held that the Brownfield and Contaminated Remediation Act's eligibility requirements for innocent party grants are flexible enough to include intra-family trust transfers to an entity that, strictly speaking, is not the same "person" who acquired the property before the statutory deadline.
The unpublished opinion in Cedar Knolls 2006, LLC v. New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection is significant in that by examining the de
Woodbridge, NJ — Greenbaum, Rowe, Smith & Davis LLP announced that Christine F. Li has been named chair of the firm's Community Association Practice Group. Li succeeds longstanding Group chair Wendell A. Smith in assuming this new role. "Our firm is privileged to have had Wendell Smith at the helm of our community association practice for so many years," she said. "I welcome this challenge and have nothing but confidence in the strength and expertise of the attorneys and othe