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In a June 28, 2018 opinion, a Freehold Workers’ Compensation judge ruled that Freehold Township must pay the cost of a petitioner’s medical marijuana prescription. In opposing Petitioner’s request for coverage of his prescription, Respondent, Freehold Township, sought refuge on constitutional grounds, arguing the NJ Medical Marijuana Act is in […]

The U.S. Supreme Court’s recent 5-4 decision on June 27, 2018 in Janus v. American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees, was a landmark decision finding that laws requiring non-union member public-sector employees to pay “agency fees” to relevant unions, were unconstitutional and invalid as a violation of the […]

In a case which might, at first glance, be overlooked, the purpose of life insurance as it relates to alimony (and possibly as it might pertain to child support) is discussed clearly and succinctly.  In Wheeler v. Wheeler, (A-4383-16T1), the parties divorced in 2007 and agreed that the ex-husband would […]

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