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Atlantic City, N.J. — Brittany A. Bonetti, an attorney at Cooper Levenson, has co-authored a chapter on medical marijuana for the 2020 Health Law Handbook published by
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has created uncertainty for many people. During recent weeks, a number of our colleagues and clients expressed confusion about end-of-life planning,
Attorneys Alexandra Rigden and Cynthia Grob have fellow Cooper Levenson attorney Brittany Bonetti join this episode of Cherry Hill Squares.
March 20, 2020 Brittany A. Bonetti, Esq. | Jill T. Ojserkis, Esq., LL.M. New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy signed emergency legislation paving the way for
By Jill T. Ojserkis, Esq., LL.M. and Brittany A. Bonetti, Esq. Due to President Trump’s declaration of a national emergency regarding COVID-19, on March 16,
by Bard L. Shober, Esq. Searching for an appropriate nursing home for your loved one just got a little easier. The Centers for Medicare &
We have witnessed a growing movement to allow terminally ill patients to end their own lives on their terms throughout the United States. New Jersey