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Apr 2022

Legal Recreational Marijuana Use Slated to Begin 4/21 

It wasn’t that long ago when “420” was still an effective code among weed smokers. However, as sanctioned marijuana use…

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Apr 2022

Does Andy Warhol’s “Prince Series” Infringe on a Photographer’s Work?

Andy Warhol is one of the world’s most well-known modern artists. From his Campbell’s Soup Cans to his Marilyn Diptych,…

Carrie Ward
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Mar 2022

What Employers Need to Know About the New Jersey Secure Choice Savings Program Act

What is it? The New Jersey Secure Choice Savings Program Act, also referred to as the New Jersey Small Business…

Carol S. Harding
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Carol S. Harding


Feb 2022

Use of NFL Trademarks Now and During the Super Bowl

Super Bowl LVI will feature the Los Angeles Rams and Cincinnati Bengals meeting for the first time in a championship…

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Jan 2022

What’s In A Name? Maybe A Trademark Infringement.

Oops. This October, Mark Zuckerberg announced to great fanfare that social-media behemoth Facebook would be changing its name to Meta….

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Dec 2021

Social Media Influencers and Advertising Law

October 13, 2021, wasn’t a Friday, but it was still a memorably bad day for more than 700 companies, including…

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Oct 2021

Mandatory Covid Vaccination Requirements

On Sept. 9, 2021, President Biden announced that COVID-19 vaccination will be mandatory for certain employees in the private sector, in the…

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Carol S. Harding


Oct 2021

Merritt A. Cole named to PBA’s “Giants” of the Business Bar

Congratulations to Merritt A. Cole on his selection to the Philadelphia Bar Association’s Business Law Section’s “Giants” series recognizing legal…

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Merritt A. Cole


Sep 2021

Johansson Sues Disney for Streaming Black Widow: A Cautionary Tale in Intellectual Property and Platforms

At the end of July, star of the new film Black Widow Scarlett Johansson sued Walt Disney Entertainment for breaching…

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Jun 2021

Sando speaks on Cannabis Law

Regulated substance and cannabis attorney Eric Sando recently spoke to the Camden County Bar Association on cannabis issues in New…

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