Dressel/Malikschmitt Partner Featured in Bloomberg Article
Electric vehicles come with many benefits. One of those benefits? Tax incentives. But purchasing a brand-new electric vehicle can be challenging for buyers. A combination of high sticker prices and scarcity makes it hard to make the dream of a battery-powered ride a reality. Unless, that is, you consider purchasing a used electric vehicle. Used […]
The Voyager Bankruptcy: Your Questions Answered
On July 5, 2022, the popular cryptocurrency services firm Voyager filed a petition for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. With over three million customers, Voyager’s bankruptcy has had rippling effects throughout the cryptocurrency industry. Dressel/Malikschmitt LLP has received numerous inquiries from affected customers, as well as others within the industry, about what could happen going forward and […]
Cryptocurrency Courtroom Tales: $100 Million Judgement Victory
It’s rare a defendant will label a $100M judgment against him as a “victory,” but it’s a result of current cryptocurrency courtroom disputes.
SQUID Crypto Token and Dangers to Investors
The story of SQUID crypto token illustrates the opportunities cryptocurrency permits for scammers and the dangers it poses for investors.
NFTs, Securities Fraud, and Insider Trading, Oh My!
Are NFTs securities? Do insider trading laws apply? Let’s take a closer look at NFTs, securities fraud, and insider trading.
New FINRA Reporting Requirements for Digital Assets
New FINRA reporting requirements are issued every year for activities involving digital assets. Here’s what you need to know so you don’t run afoul.
How the Complex Business Litigation Program (CBLP) Works
Learn how New Jersey’s Complex Business Litigation Program (CBLP) is designed to resolve complex business cases in an expedited manner.
Upcoming Changes to Tax-Reporting Requirements for Cryptocurrency Transactions
Businesses operating in the crypto-space should be prepared for changes to tax-reporting requirements for cryptocurrency.
Bringing Your Employees Back? Some COVID-19 Considerations
Bringing your employees back from remote work? There are a number of safety and legal measures your business should consider first.
Crypto-Currency Regulation-Where Have We Been, Where Are We Going?
The crypto industry is ever changing, as is the government’s regulation of the industry. If you are operating within the industry and are seeking legal advice please contact us for a free consultation at 848.202.9323.
New Jersey Marijuana Legalization: What Employers + Employees Need to Know
After some delay, Governor Murphy finally signed legislation to legalize recreational marijuana in New Jersey. Learn how this impacts NJ employers and employees.
Why You Should Always Hire Counsel to Draft Your Contracts
Whether you are seeking counsel for a “one off” contract or to engage an outside general counsel on a regular basis, please contact us through our online form, or by calling us at (848) 202-9323.
Cannabis is Legal in New Jersey: Now What?
A truly historic Election Day full of notable events included the passage of a referendum measure in New Jersey which amends the State Constitution to legalize the use and sale of cannabis beyond the current medical marijuana regime in New Jersey.
A Circuit Split Emerges on the Application of Arbitration Clauses to Affiliated Companies
Spam phone calls have become an unfortunate part of everyday life, even if you have put yourself on a “no call” list. But would you expect that your cell service contract can prevent you from taking the spam callers to court? Well, depending on who your carrier is, who is calling, and what part of the country you are living in, that may very well be the case.
Non-Immigrant Visas: A Short Overview
For those seeking temporary admission to the United States, there are a variety of visas available. However, each visa has its own unique qualification system, duration and potential pathway to permanent admission. Generally, there are six types of non-immigrant visas: (1) tourism; (2) educational; (3) special or family-related; (4) work or business; (5) governmental or […]
Understanding Refugee Status and Asylum
There has been much talk in the news recently regarding refugee and asylum procedures. United States law provides for the protection of people overseas from persecution. The refugee and asylum systems are complicated. This post attempts to shed some light on the processes. Refugee Status Those seeking refugee status are persons outside the United States […]
Grounds for Removability from the United States (Deportation or Denied Entry)
There are several reasons that a person seeking admission to the United States may be denied entry or a person present within the United States may find themselves facing removal (deportation). Understanding these grounds for removability is necessary to determine what options you may have for gaining entry to, or remaining in, the United States. […]
U.S. Immigration Agencies — Understanding the Alphabet Soup of Immigration
As you interact with the United States immigration system you will encounter several acronyms and abbreviations. This is a helpful guide to the basics of this alphabet soup of U.S. immigration agencies, courts and departments you may be dealing with: DHS — Department of Homeland Security This is the Cabinet department that oversees U.S. Customs […]