As Conrail pushes to settle claims over a train derailment last November that spewed toxic gas into Paulsboro and caused an evacuation of some residents, plaintiff lawyers are complaining about the c
Notice to the bar
The scope of the patent test improperly restricts the application of antitrust law
In a case of first impression, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit has deemed reverse-payment settlements in pharmaceutical patent cases prima facie evidence of unreasonable restraint on
Originally Published: The Legal Intelligencer
New Jersey Law Journal
...Christian pro-life witness on the public sidewalks at the intersection of Montague Street and U.S. 25/S.C. 72 Bypass," which is the...
Class members are not required to individually state a valid claim for relief
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E.I. du Pont de Nemours and Co. will pay $8.3 million to settle two U.S. class actions over release of chemicals into the water supply in Salem County that allegedly affected 4,248 households
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