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The Impact of Marijuana Law on the Workplace

New York is among the states where marijuana has been legalized for recreational use. However, different employment laws are being issued to address the possession and use of marijuana in the workplace environment.

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Cannabis Distribution License in New York

In March of 2021, New York State passed the Marijuana Revenue and Taxation Act (MRTA), legalizing not only the recreational adult use of cannabis but also the cultivation, processing, distribution, and retail sales of the product.

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Opening a Marijuana Dispensary in New York

Many states, including New York, have legalized the use of marijuana for medical and recreational purposes. According to data from Statista, there were over 7,000 dispensaries in the United States as of end-2020, with about 35 dispensaries in New York State.

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New York’s Recreational Marijuana Law

Recreational marijuana sales, which all started in 2012 in the pioneering states of Colorado and Washington, reached $12.75 billion in 2019 and jumped to $18.93 billion in 2020.

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What is the Difference Between a Commercial Lease and a License to Occupy Business Space?

When one party agrees to let another party use its business space, they must agree on the terms of use, the fee, the term and how the occupancy will come to an end. This is referred to as a license to occupy space, which is different from a commercial lease.

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Spinal Cord Injuries Overview

The spinal cord is a long “cord” of nervous tissue that extends from the brainstem to the lower portion of the back. The spinal cord is the communication highway for the human body.

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What You Should Know About a Brokerage Agreement for the Lease of Commercial Space

A landlord and a broker typically enter into a brokerage agreement in connection with the leasing of commercial space. The best way to protect your interests is to consult an experienced real estate attorney before signing such an agreement.

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How the IRS Treats Personal Injury Awards

You've reached the end of your personal injury lawsuit and finally have the award you deserve. Court costs, attorney's fees, medical costs, and other expenses will need to be paid. But what about the IRS?

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What You Should Know Before You Sign a Co-Working Space Agreement

Co-working is a popular, flexible work style for sharing a workspace and reducing overhead costs for the users. Users can choose an unassigned seat at a desk or a more formal private office setting. Co-working is on the rise in many industries but special care and concern should be noted for professions such as law that require confidentiality.

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How to Prove Mental and Emotional Distress After an Automobile Accident

Car accident victims often suffer more than just physical injuries. The effects of mental and emotional distress can compound trauma long after the injuries have healed.

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