Merck & Co. shareholders can go forward with a class-action suit alleging the company misrepresented the safety of its arthritis drug Vioxx and that share prices fell when the true risk was disclosed
Verdicts and settlements in New Jersey state and federal courts
Federal authorities in New Jersey charged 14 people Wednesday with running an identity-theft scheme that cost the U.S. Treasury $11.3 million in fraudulently obtained tax-refund checks
...Fine of Nutley and Robichaux's attorney, Joseph Donahue of Brickfield & Donahue in River Edge. The jury found negligence...
...April 12, 2010.] 04-2-7514 Morris v. Brickfield & Donahue , App. Div. (per curiam) (9 pp.) Rejecting plaintiff's contention...
Daily decision alert
In this case involving child pornography, the District Court failed to properly consider the relevant factors and failed to offer a sufficient justification for its imposition of a sentence substanti
A single search warrant may provide authorization for police to make more than one entry into the premises identified in the warrant if they are unable to locate the item specified in the warrant dur
Following the lead of the federal courts, a New Jersey appeals court rules law enforcement officials can rely on the "reasonable continuation" doctrine when they decide to conduct additional searches
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