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Celebrating the Life of Peter S. Falvo, Jr.

We are deeply saddened to share that Peter S. Falvo, Jr., a Shareholder Emeritus of Ansell.Law and the former Chair of the Firm’s Land Use & Zoning Law Department, passed away on December 18, 2023. Peter was a loyal friend and colleague whose legal career spanned more than 50 years.

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Law360 Interviews Judge Joseph Quinn

February 21, 2024

In a recent Law360 article, Retired Judge Joseph P. Quinn spoke about his more than 20 years serving as a judge and his deep appreciation for the American justice system. He also discussed the many benefits of alternative dispute resolution, not the least of which is its cost efficiency. Judge Quinn emphasized that successful mediators […]

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Most Commercial Property-Owning Entities and HOAs Must Now Report Ownership Information to the Federal Government Under the Corporate Transparency Act

February 13, 2024

By Nicole D. Miller and Melanie J. Scroble Most entities that own commercial property, as well as homeowner and condominium associations (“Community Associations”), are among the over 36 million other American businesses and organizations that must now provide the federal government with detailed information about their ownership and controlling interests.  That is because the Corporate […]

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New Jersey CRC Adopts Consumption Lounge Regulations

February 1, 2024

By Anthony Sango On January 17, 2024, New Jersey’s Cannabis Regulatory Commission (CRC) adopted new regulations allowing cannabis consumption areas, commonly called consumption lounges. The regulations present a unique opportunity only seen in a few other legal states, including California and Colorado, the flagship states of cannabis legalization. The new regulations allow the CRC to […]

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