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Liquor License Holders Can Apply for Temporary Expansion Under Special Ruling for Outdoor Dining

Per Governor Murphy’s Executive Order No. 150, restaurants will be permitted to open on June 15, 2020 for outdoor seating only. In furtherance of E.O. 150, the New Jersey Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control (State ABC) has issued guidance and enacted a streamlined approval process for ...

Gov. Murphy Authorizes Alcohol Sale and Delivery by Certain License Holders

In order to mitigate the continued business disruption caused by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Gov. Murphy signed legislation (A3966) on Friday, May 15, 2020 that gives New Jersey’s liquor license holders additional options in connection with the sale of alcoholic beverages.

Governor Murphy Permits Tenants to Apply Security Deposit to Pay Rent During COVID-19 Pandemic

In response to the current COVID-19 pandemic, on Friday, April 24, 2020, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy issued Executive Order 128, which allows residential tenants to apply the full amount of the tenant’s security deposit (plus all accrued interest) to the payment of any rent or late fees ...

New Jersey Passes Public-Private Partnership Regulations

On Monday, April 20, 2020, New Jersey at long last finalized and passed the regulations needed to implement the Public-Private Partnership (P3) statutes passed nearly two years ago. The rules follow the anticipated chronological steps that will be undertaken through the life cycle of a P3 ...

New Jersey Municipal and State-Issued Liquor License Terms Extended to September 30, 2020

As a result of the business disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, there are new important updates regarding New Jersey liquor license law.  

All municipally-issued liquor licenses for the 2019-2020 license term expire on June 30, 2020, unless renewed by the municipal issuing ...

UPDATE: COVID-19 Pandemic to Impact New Jersey Foreclosures and Evictions
UPDATE:  In addition to the eviction and foreclosure moratorium executive order, major lending institutions have agreed to implement a 90-day grace period that will allow borrowers to reduce or delay their monthly mortgage payments.  This includes providing a streamlined process for ...
NJ Liquor License Laws Modified in Light of COVID-19

A temporary relaxation of New Jersey’s liquor license laws may offer some of the state’s restaurants a bit of good news while they face restrictions imposed as a result of the novel coronavirus.  As part of the measures taken by Gov. Murphy to prepare for and respond to COVID-19, all ...

Municipalities and Developers May Soon Obtain Relief Under New Jersey's Open Public Meetings Act

In light of recent developments concerning COVID-19, New Jersey municipalities have halted public in-person meetings, including local planning board, zoning board of adjustment, and redevelopment agency hearings. While these drastic measures are necessary to ensure the health and ...

Zoning into New Business Opportunities: IRS Offers New Guidance on Opportunity Zones

On April 17, 2019, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) released a new set of highly anticipated proposed regulations for Opportunity Zones. The newly released set of proposed regulations provides additional guidance and addresses issues that were brought to the attention of the IRS after ...

IRS Issues Regulations on Opportunity Funds

This afternoon, the Internal Revenue Service issued long-awaited regulations for Investing in Opportunity Funds under Section 1400-Z of the Internal Revenue Code.

In addition, the Internal Revenue Service issued a Revenue Ruling providing guidance for taxpayers participating in ...

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