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Cannabis Legislation Heating Up in the Summer Session

June 14, 2019

Financial institutions looking to work with cannabis companies have a lot to look forward to this summer. On June 11,…

NJ Department of Health Issues Request for Applications for New Alternative Treatment Centers to Expand Access to Medical Marijuana

June 3, 2019

Today, the New Jersey Department of Health announced that it is seeking new applicants to operate up to 108 additional Alternative Treatment…

The End of an Era in New York Commercial Lease Disputes?

May 28, 2019

Commercial landlords in New York are very familiar with Yellowstone injunctions. A Yellowstone injunction, aptly named for the landmark case…

NJ to Consider Two Notable Bills Concerning Residential Tenancies

May 28, 2019

On Monday, June 3, 2019, the New Jersey Senate Community and Urban Affairs Committee will meet in Trenton, NJ to…


Bylined Articles

No-Poach Agreements Versus Antitrust Law

April 19, 2019

Philadelphia Bar Reporter
By Ernest D. Holtzheimer

For those who may not be familiar with no-poach agreements, they have historically been agreements between two or more companies…

Comparison of Euro. Competition, U.S. Antitrust Laws

February 22, 2019

Philadelphia Bar Reporter

There is a divergence between European and U.S. competition law governing private rights of action, collective actions, resale price maintenance,…

New Incentive to Invest in Distressed Communities

January 11, 2019

Philadelphia Bar Reporter
By Ernest D. Holtzheimer

“Qualified Opportunity Zones” were introduced just one year ago by the 2017 tax reform, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act,…

New rules for nursing home administrators put residents at risk

December 6, 2018

The Philadelphia Inquirer
By Mara I. Smith

Over the last 12 months, both the federal and Pennsylvania governments have taken actions that could significantly impact safety at…

In the News

Bankruptcy Group of Firm Facing Cash ‘Crunch’ Heads To Montgomery McCracken

June 5, 2019

Six lawyers from the bankruptcy practice of beleaguered firm CKR Law have moved to the New York and Delaware offices…

Senators shop bill to give AG more environmental authority

May 29, 2019

State Sens. Steve Santarsiero and Maria Collett want to give the state attorney general the ability to prosecute environmental crimes,…

Law360 Names Attys Who Moved Up The Firm Ranks In Q1

May 9, 2019

A promotion to partner or election to practice group chair means lots of well-deserved recognition within a firm and in…

PA lawmakers, regulators struggle to address PFAS chemical contamination

April 21, 2019

Bucks County Courier Times
By Jenny Wagner & Kyle Bagenstose

Pennsylvania lawmakers and regulators say they’re frustrated with the EPA’s lack of urgency to address PFAS chemicals impacting communities in…

Press Releases

Former Assistant U.S. Attorney Nicole Phillips Joins Montgomery McCracken’s White Collar and Government Investigations Practice

June 11, 2019

Philadelphia, PA – Montgomery McCracken announced today that A. Nicole Phillips, a former Assistant U.S. Attorney (AUSA) in the Criminal…

Montgomery McCracken Adds Established Bankruptcy Team in New York and Delaware

June 5, 2019

To view coverage in the New York Law Journal, click here. Philadelphia, PA – Montgomery McCracken announced today that six…

Montgomery McCracken Welcomes Summer Associate Class

May 28, 2019

PHILADELPHIA – Montgomery McCracken is pleased to welcome the addition of four summer associates to the firm. Jaleelah Abdulai, Allen Gehring,…

Ernest D. Holtzheimer Named to “20 Under 40” List by South Jersey Biz

May 23, 2019

PHILADELPHIA, PA – Montgomery McCracken is pleased to announce Ernest D. Holtzheimer was named to South Jersey Biz’s 2019 “20…