Federal Legislation to Aid Cannabis Bankers Advances

by Sean F. Dalton, Esq. With 33 states having legalized either medical or adult use marijuana, federal legislators are now considering legislation to ease the current regulatory constraints placed upon banks to provide services to marijuana related businesses throughout the United States. On March 28th, the House Financial Services Committee approved the Secure and Fair … Continue reading “Federal Legislation to Aid Cannabis Bankers Advances”

Cooper Levenson Attorneys Present Hot Legal Issues in New Jersey at NJSAMSS April 11th

Cooper Levenson attorneys Jill T. Ojserkis, Esq., LL.M.  and Brittany A. Bonetti, Esq. will address Hot Legal Issues affecting New Jersey Medical Staffs at the annual New Jersey State Association of Medical Staff Services (NJSAMSS) conference at the Tropicana Atlantic City. The Cooper Levenson presentation is scheduled for 10:30 a.m. to 12 noon on Thursday, … Continue reading “Cooper Levenson Attorneys Present Hot Legal Issues in New Jersey at NJSAMSS April 11th”

SERVITUDES: RESTRICTIONS ON THE USE OF LAND

by Fredric L. Shenkman, Esq., LL.M. This article is intended as an introduction to  the law of servitudes.  It is  a starting point for a detailed analysis of the subject; it is useful for those not familiar with servitudes and those refreshing themselves on the subject. DEFINITION OF A SERVITUDE: A servitude is a legal … Continue reading “SERVITUDES: RESTRICTIONS ON THE USE OF LAND”

Cooper Levenson Welcomes Kasi M. Gifford, Esquire to the Firm

Cooper Levenson is pleased to announce that Kasi M. Gifford has joined the firm. Gifford will work in the firm’s Atlantic City office, in the Education Law Practice Group. Gifford’s practice previously included a focus on all areas of plaintiffs’ personal injury work. Gifford served as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable James P. … Continue reading “Cooper Levenson Welcomes Kasi M. Gifford, Esquire to the Firm”

Cooper Levenson Attorney Michael L. Salad named as Top 40 Under 40 Honoree

Cooper Levenson is pleased to announce that Michael L. Salad has been named to the 2019 Atlantic City Weekly’s  Top 40 Under 40 list. “We are most proud of Mike’s achievements and very glad that he is part of the Cooper Levenson team,” said Kenneth J. Calemmo, Jr., Chief Operating Officer. Salad is a tax … Continue reading “Cooper Levenson Attorney Michael L. Salad named as Top 40 Under 40 Honoree”

Cooper Levenson Attorneys named to NJ Super Lawyers and Rising Star lists

Cooper Levenson partners William S. Donio, Randolph C. Lafferty, Lloyd D. Levenson, Russell L. Lichtenstein, Ronald G. Lieberman, and Jill T. Ojserkis were named to the 2019 New Jersey Super Lawyers list, a designation awarded to just 5 percent of the lawyers in the state. In addition, Daria B. Janka, Rebecca C. Lafferty, Alexandra K. … Continue reading “Cooper Levenson Attorneys named to NJ Super Lawyers and Rising Star lists”

CannaBusiness in South Jersey: Economic Implications and Considerations

Cooper Levenson attorney Sean F. Dalton will speak at a “Sound off for South Jersey” event, organized by the Southern New Jersey Development Council. The conference will be held on March 22 from 8 a.m. – 11 a.m. at Resorts Casino Hotel, Atlantic City, N.J. A description of the program states “With New Jersey’s expansion of … Continue reading “CannaBusiness in South Jersey: Economic Implications and Considerations”

Better Business, Better Boating: Cooper Levenson Attorneys to give Legal Update at Marine Trades Association of New Jersey Conference March 14th

Cooper Levenson attorneys Amy E. Rudley and Kevin J. Thornton will present a legal update at the Marine Trades Association of New Jersey (MTA/NJ) Conference and Expo on Thursday, March 14th at The Mainland at Holiday Inn in Manahawkin, NJ.  The attorneys will address the top legal issues and recent changes to laws impacting marine … Continue reading “Better Business, Better Boating: Cooper Levenson Attorneys to give Legal Update at Marine Trades Association of New Jersey Conference March 14th”

Nick Sansone to speak at Claims & Litigation Management Alliance (CLM) in Orlando

Nicholas Sansone, a partner with Cooper Levenson, will speak at the Claims and Litigation Management Alliance (CLM) Annual Conference in Orlando, FL. The conference will be held from March 13 – 15, 2019. The panel, entitled “Ethical Conundrum: Can Artificial Intelligence Truly Make the ‘Critical Decision?’” will be held on March 15 at 10:40 a.m. … Continue reading “Nick Sansone to speak at Claims & Litigation Management Alliance (CLM) in Orlando”

Make It Stop!-Can a Family Court Prevent a Party From Filing Applications?

“Make it stop!” is a familiar plea I hear from family law clients when an ex-spouse or partner files yet another application in Family Court. It can be extremely frustrating to be on the receiving end of the second, third, fourth….tenth….application. Post-judgment family actions can continue for years after the parties are divorced or initially … Continue reading “Make It Stop!-Can a Family Court Prevent a Party From Filing Applications?”