A man who spent years behind bars because an assistant county prosecutor withheld exculpatory evidence won't be able to proceed with civil rights claims against Camden police officers
The unexecuted copy of a purportedly executed original document sufficiently represents decedent's final testamentary intent to be admitted into probate under N.J.S.A. 3B:3-3
Richard Ehrlich spent 50 years as an attorney drafting wills for other people, but his most significant legacy in the area of probate law is likely to be the contest over his own estate
Plaintiff's palimony claim is barred by the amendment to New Jersey Statute of Frauds requiring such agreements be in writing
...a complaint filed on Thursday in federal court in Camden, Begelman, Orlow & Melletz claims it worked for four years on a petition for...
A federal judge has dismissed on immunity grounds a civil rights suit claiming the Camden County prosecutor's withholding of exculpatory evidence cost a man four years in prison
The complaint states a claim for relief under an implied false certification theory of liability pursuant to the Medicare Anti-Kickback Statute
The driver of a delivery truck owed no duty of care to a trespasser who fell off the back of the truck and was injured
Hilton Stein, who literally wrote the book on how to sue one's lawyer, has not practiced since 2002 but is still on the hook for an unhappy client's nearly 10-year-old claim against him
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