Thinking of Representing Someone in the Cannabis Industry? by Kim D. Ringler and Lisa D. Taylor In a growing trend, more than half of the states in the country, along with the District of Columbia, have decriminalized marijuana-related activity to varying degrees. Many states, including New Jersey, New York and Florida, legalized marijuana for limited [...]
New Jersey Supreme Court agrees with position taken by Inglesino, Webster, Wyciskala & Taylor, LLC, deciding that municipal inspector is absolutely immune under the Tort Claims Act from claims arising out of a fatal house fire after the inspector failed to enforce City electrical code. Hazel Hamrick Lee v. Florence Brown, et al.: Reaffirming Tort [...]
In continuing collaboration with Douglas C. Wattoff of Millbrook Aviation, IWWT partner Justin A. Marchetta argues for the utilization of consultants by aircraft buyers.
Lisa D. Taylor, Esq. was interviewed on current trends in health care anti-trust for March 22, 2017 issue of The Ambulatory M&A Advisor a publication that covers business, legal and transactional updates and insights around ambulatory care center and physician group practice deal making. A link to the article is as follows: http://www.ambulatoryadvisor.com/antitrust-2017/
by Douglas C. Wattoff and Justin A. Marchetta J.D. Consider for a moment a not uncommon scenario in the private aviation industry. A friend cannot understand a management proposal on a new airplane he is considering, and comes to you for help. It seems like a simple request, however, the deeper you dig the more it seems [...]
Aviation Finance (Part II) by Douglas C. Wattoff & Justin A Marchetta Fixed costs should be simple, consisting of hangar rent, insurance, crew salaries, benefits, training, avionics and chart services, aircraft management fees, a few miscellaneous items, and WIFI if equipped. Considering that crew related costs usually represent about 65% of fixed costs, they warrant special [...]