An injunctive order is entered barring collateral attack in state court on the bankruptcy sale process and prior bankruptcy court orders
District court deciding a § 1404(a) motion to transfer venue improperly placed the burden on the movant to prove that transfer to the parties' contractually preselected forum was appropriate, in
If a lawyer wishes to bring a discrimination suit against her employer, the question of whether or not she is a "partner" makes all the difference
New Jersey's denial of the label "marriage" to same-sex couples violates the New Jersey Constitution as interpreted by Lewis and, therefore, same-sex couples in New Jersey who are otherwise qualified
A Continental Airlines flight attendant can proceed with his suit that anti-gay bias led his bosses to find his "buzz" hairstyle too extreme and to subject him to a mandatory preflight haircut
...Crowe v. DeGioia, 90 N.J. 126 (1982), a stay application should be granted only when (1) such relief is necessary to prevent...
...State Police Office of Emergency Management in August 1993 to process grant applications for storm victims. The job was only supposed to last six months...
...100 hours on the case. Grasso, in considering the fee application, said many of Burke's requests were too broad and lacking...
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The American Bar Association has censured and fined Rutgers School of Law-Camden $25,000 for admitting students who had not taken the Law School Admission Test
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