New article about failed constitutional challenges to the New Jersey Department of Health’s Decision Not to Expend the Number of Medical Marijuana Alternative Treatment Centers In New Jersey. New Jersey Appellate Division Rejects Constitutional Challenges To Department Of Health’s Decision Not To Expand Number of Medical Marijuana Alternative Treatment Centers
Carmine LoFaro, Glenn Reiser And Eric Reiser Included In 2018 Edition of Best Lawyers In America
Our firm is excited to announce Carmine LoFaro, Glenn Reiser and Eric Reiser’s inclusion in the 2018 edition of Best Lawyers In America! We are proud to continuing serving our clients in Bergen County and beyond. Check out the links below: https://www.bestlawyers.com/firms/lofaro-reiser-llp/47953/US https://www.bestlawyers.com/lawyers/eric-d-reiser/189170 https://www.bestlawyers.com/lawyers/carmine-lofaro/155831 https://www.bestlawyers.com/lawyers/glenn-r-reiser/100120
Firm Update: Preliminary Injunction Application Filed To Enjoin SEC Approval of Medical Cannabis ETF
The cannabis industry in Canada is rapidly growing and Exchange Traded Funds (“ETFs”) trading Canadian public companies that produce medical marijuana and/or service the industry are currently listed on Canadian stock exchanges. The same cannot be said of the U.S. where banking and SEC regulations have created numerous hurdles for investment companies trying to form […]
Glenn Reiser Of LoFaro & Reiser Quoted In New Jersey Law Journal On $5M Fee Sharing Ethics Case
Firm Update: Glenn Reiser, Senior Partner of LoFaro & Reiser, was recently quoted in the New Jersey Law Journal about the Ethical Pitfalls of Attorney Fee Sharing Agreements. Interesting comments by Glenn!
The New Jersey Municipal Land Use Law (MLUL) at N.J.S.A. § 40:55D-70 sets forth the statutory requirements for “C” variance (bulk) relief. Variance relief is necessary when a property owner will suffer a hardship relating to the physical or topographic feature of his/her property. An illustration when a “C” variance is needed is when an […]
I am proud to announce that on December 23, 2016, the City of Paterson Board of Adjustment passed a Memorializing Resolution approving my client’s C(2) parking variance and site plan application that was granted on October 13, 2016. My client, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, purchased a vacant lot in Paterson to construct a supportive and special […]
I am proud to announce our firm’s resounding victory in the New Jersey Appellate Division defeating an appeal to reverse the trial court’s decision enforcing our client’s settlement agreement in a multi million dollar probate case. In the underlying action, our client filed a complaint in the Bergen County Probate Court challenging the validity of his father’s (the “Decedent’”) last will […]
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New Jersey LLC Derivative Lawsuits: Do I Have Standing To Sue?
Imagine this scenario. You are a member of a New Jersey Limited Liability Company and discover that your partner has been embezzling from the company and binding it to unfavorable contracts without your knowledge or consent. Do you have standing to file a lawsuit to recover damages against your partner on behalf of the LLC or […]
Like married couples, business partners sometimes go through divorces. Whether there are allegations of minority oppression, embezzlement, fraud or simply the parties can no longer work together, as attorneys, we must quickly identify the pertinent legal issues at hand in order to guide our clients through this confusing and often complicated process. The following is […]