By: Jacqueline C. Gerrald, Partner, McLaughlin & Stern, LLP On December 7, 2022, President Biden signed into law the “Speak Out Act”, which prohibits the judicial enforceability of pre-dispute non-disclosure and non-disparagement clauses between employers and employees and independent contractors (as well as between providers of goods and services and […]
Mollie Hartman Lustig, partner and chair of McLaughlin & Stern’s Cannabis Practice Group, responds to draft rules for cannabis consumption lounges in New Jersey
Potential business owners should be aware that opening a consumption lounge can be costly and come with liability. See article link for more – https://www.njspotlightnews.org/video/draft-rules-for-cannabis-consumption-lounges-in-nj/
Partners Linda Rosenthal and Tracy Burnett participated in the New York City Bar Association’s Women in the Legal Profession (WILP) Committee, panel discussion held on January 25th regarding “What a New York Employer Can Do to Support Employees Following Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health (the Supreme Court case that overturned […]
Linda Rosenthal and Marcy Katz Join Peter Alkalay as Co-Chairs of Matrimonial and Family Law Department
McLaughlin and Stern is proud to announce that Linda Rosenthal and Marcy Katz will be joining Peter Alkalay as the new Co-Chairs of its Matrimonial and Family Law department. Both are exceptionally skilled attorneys with extensive experience handling complex matrimonial and family law matters. Together, they will help lead the […]
In a new article written by Aimee Davis, she discusses how younger generations are treating marriage very differently than their parents. Many more are signing prenuptial agreements, as well as waiving their rights to spousal maintenance and even joint/marital property. To learn more, click here.