As of April 1, lawyers no longer will be able to hold onto client files and papers to collect fees
The car may come with the divorce settlement, but not necessarily the insurance. That is the harsh lesson handed a divorced Gloucester County woman as an appeals court declares she lacked standing to
Michael Malin turned a double play. His client is a lawyer who was sued by both the buyer and the seller of a liquor store when the deal went sour. Malin not only won summary dismissal of both suits,
The Scutari Amendment invalidating step-down provisions in commercial auto policies should be applied retroactively, but to do so here would result in a manifest injustice to the insurer
...won dismissal. The plaintiff's lawyer, Robert Greenberg of Aronberg & Kouser in Cherry Hill, argued the precedents didn't apply. ...
Six years after the New Jersey courts adopted civil best practices, they remain irritants to many practitioners, and the judiciary has embarked on talks with bar leaders to review proposals for tinke
...Kasselman of Haddon Heights welcomes Barbara Paul, formerly of Aronberg, Kouser & Paul in Cherry Hill; James Conley, former section chief...
...until you prove your case," says Musso, of Cherry Hill's Aronberg, Kouser & Paul. "When I go into a courtroom and I represent the...
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