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The Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”) has begun accepting loan applications again since the policy lapsed in August. Congress has allocated $284 billion through the revamped PPP, specifically targeting the hospitality, restaurant, and hotel industry. The revised program, which was put into effect in January, also sets aside aid for low-income communities and first-time borrowers who […]

This February governor Murphy signed A1897, which removes all criminal and civil penalties for the private possession of up to six ounces of marijuana by adults, as well as the personal possession of up to 170 grams of hashish. It also decriminalizes all transactions involving the transfer of up to one ounce of cannabis, and […]

This is the most-recent information from the Office of the Governor as of March 10, 2021 regarding the current steps to try to slowly reopen the State. This is information is provided as a resource and you may want to check with your local and county officials as well for more specific information as it […]

On January 22, 2021, Rick Steinberg moderated a panel at the Transportation Lawyers Association virtual Chicago Regional Seminar entitled “An Update on Creditors’ Rights in Bankruptcy.” Rick is the Chairman of the Bankruptcy and Creditors’ Rights Committee of the Transportation Lawyers Association, an international organization of attorneys practicing in the fields of surface, air and […]

PMSD partner Thomas C. Martin, Esq., is pleased to serve as Program Co-Chair for the Transportation Lawyers Association’s Annual Mid-Winter Conference. Normally held in person in Chicago, the conference is virtual this year. Wednesday, January 20, 2021 starts with a Freight Claims Boot Camp and the conference runs through Friday, January 22, 2021. The conference […]

In November 2020, the Department of Education provided a free resource to school districts and families. This resource consists of four webinars which are designed to help school districts understand the state’s New Jersey Dyslexia Handbook, and better identify and respond to students’ reading struggles. The four sessions are short with the entire series taking […]

This is the second article in a two-part discussion of recent actions by the Federal Communications Commission. It provides an overview of two more recent FCC Orders that clarify the law regarding the 2014 Order and Section 6409(a) of the 2012 Middle Class Tax Relief and Job Creation Act. By Gregory D. Meese and Edward […]

Wireless Antenna Facility Modifications: Part I, Vexing Issues This two-part article will describe recent FCC actions to promote wireless technology deployment. This first article will provide an overview of Section 6409(a) of the 2012 Middle Class Tax Relief and Job Creation Act, and some of the troubling issues that have come to the fore. By […]

Millennials Must Plan For Their Digital Legacy Scenes of overwhelmed intensive care units again dominate our newsfeeds as the next wave of the coronavirus surges throughout the country. Although the initial distributions of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines provide us with hope that the pandemic’s end is near, we must sadly continue the battle against […]

Wishing our clients, friends and family best wishes as we close out 2020.

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