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New Jersey Legalizes Adult-Use Cannabis Market

February 22, 2021

Today, Governor Phil Murphy signed three pieces of enabling legislation into law that legalizes the recreational use of cannabis for…

New Jersey Appellate Division Largely Sides with Department of Health’s Rejection of Certain Applications for Medical Marijuana Licenses

February 18, 2021

Today, the Superior Court of New Jersey, Appellate Division, issued an opinion (per curiam) largely affirming the New Jersey Department…

Title IX & Tenure: How Separate Standards Can Sow Institutional Discord

February 18, 2021

In 2017 and 2018, under Obama-era guidance, a tenured professor with Ohio University was determined responsible for violating the school’s…

Delaware Supreme Court Limits Damages for Fraud in the Absence of a Contract

February 8, 2021

Perhaps the most important factor in deciding whether to litigate a commercial dispute is assessing available damages should you prevail….


Bylined Articles

Legal Brief: Vaccination Implications

February 12, 2021

Security Business Magazine

Legal considerations facing security integrators range from customers denying access to facilities to employee exceptions. COVID-19 continues to bring terrible…

Marketing Considerations for CBD Companies in 2021

December 28, 2020

Bloomberg Law
By Kelly Huff and Georgette Castner

The FDA is expected to issue formal regulations in 2021 to further define the parameters for selling CBD products. But…

TikTok Rulings May Clarify Scope Of Economic Powers Law

December 7, 2020

By Jeremy D. Mishkin and Joseph E. Samuel, Jr.

The fight between the Trump administration and popular video-sharing social network TikTok continues on multiple fronts. TikTok and some of its…

Rebutting the Presumption of Insolvency During a Pandemic

November 2, 2020

American Bankruptcy Institute
By David Dormont, Edward L. Schnitzer and Joseph E. Samuel, Jr.

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to cause harsh economic conditions throughout the U.S., many companies face the difficult prospect of…

In the News

Montgomery McCracken Adds New Litigation Vice Chair In NY

February 5, 2021

Law360 Pulse
By Adrian Cruz

A former military prosecutor and special assistant U.S. attorney with a specialty in cybersecurity matters joined Montgomery McCracken Walker & Rhoads…

Montgomery McCracken Adds Retired NJ Judge

February 2, 2021

Law360 Pulse
By Nick Muscavage

A recently retired New Jersey federal magistrate judge is joining Montgomery McCracken’s alternative dispute resolution practice after 14 years on…

Heading to Montgomery McCracken: Magistrate Judge Steps Down After 14 Years

January 26, 2021

New Jersey Law Journal
By Charles Toutant

Former U.S. Magistrate Judge Joel Schneider says he picked Montgomery McCracken because of the firm’s reputation for integrity and for…

Report on Philadelphia police protest response finds flaws

December 24, 2020

AP News

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — An independent review of Philadelphia’s police response to days of widespread protests after the May killing of…

Press Releases

David Dormont Elected to the Board of Governors for the Jewish Agency for Israel

February 25, 2021

Montgomery McCracken is pleased to announce David Dormont was recently appointed to the Jewish Agency for Israel’s Board of Governors….

IP Department Continues Expansion with Two New Members

February 22, 2021

Montgomery McCracken is pleased to announce the addition of Aaron Haleva and Sarah Bittner to its Intellectual Property Department. Haleva…

Montgomery McCracken Advises ClimeCo in Growth Equity Financing

February 16, 2021

Montgomery McCracken is pleased to announce its successful representation of ClimeCo, LLC, an advisor, transaction facilitator, and trader of environmental…

Montgomery McCracken Adds Partner Timothy J. Pastore to New York Office

February 2, 2021

Montgomery McCracken is pleased to announce the addition of Timothy J. Pastore to its Litigation Department. Pastore will serve as…