New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has conditionally vetoed a bill that would bar employers from demanding social media IDs from employees and applicants
Originally Published: New Jersey Law Journal
A federal appeals court has closed the door on a decade-long suit by 65 New Jersey car dealers contesting surcharges by Ford Motor Co
An attorney who kept $110,000 in fees owed to his former firm has escaped possible disbarment in an ethics case that saw a rare scuffle between two judicial disciplinary agencies
Relying on the fact that a well-paid employee was fired to protect the bottom line of the company and not for poor performance is not enough to determine his non-solicitation agreement is void, a Sup
...related employment claims. Roberts, formerly an associate with Bressler Amery & Ross in New Jersey, concentrates his practice in the area of...
Forged opinion letters, purported to be from a prominent New Jersey lawyer, are at the center of $7 million loan fraud case in federal court in Newark
A New York state court Monday dismissed a lawsuit filed by the alleged owner of a Pablo Picasso painting who claimed his great-uncle was forced by the Nazis to sell the artwork
...Cynthia Borrelli, a partner and member of the executive committee at Bressler Amery & Ross. "We need one person to handle these issues." Whether...
...the firm recruited the five-lawyer employment and labor group at Bressler Amery & Ross in Florham Park, led by partners J. Michael Riordan and Kevin...
Merrill Lynch has settled three class action lawsuits that claimed it provided misleading analyst research about Internet companies to purchasers of mutual funds
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