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Massachusetts Court Issues Opinion Declaring that Medical Marijuana Treatments are Not Available in a Workers’ Compensation Claim

Medical marijuana is legal in many states, including Massachusetts. This has created novel legal issues for the workers’ compensation system when it comes to whether an insurer is required to compensate an employee who obtains medical marijuana in order to … Continue reading

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In an annulment, the facts that justify the court declaring a nullity precede the marriage itself; in the alternative, the facts which give rise to a dissolution of the marriage arise during the marriage itself

Law Lessons from an unpublished “Annulment vs. Divorce” case — SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY; Essex Vicinage; Hon. Marcella Matos Wilson, J.S.C., March 28, 2018: The grounds for both annulment and divorce are controlled by statutes N.J.S.A. 2A:34-1 and N.J.S.A. … Continue reading

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