A federal judge enforced a $300,000 settlement Monday in a patent suit against Sony over technology that provides vibration in its PlayStation
Originally Published: New Jersey Law Journal
With the recession making associate hours almost unbillable to corporate clients, law firms are finding themselves with a surplus of manpower and in a hiring dilemma: stop recruiting altogether or fi
...he had violated a policy of his firm at the time, Budd Larner of Short Hills, N.J., requiring all outside income, including teaching...
...images of those e-mails on it. Frazza, of Budd Larner in Short Hills, N.J., immediately moved to have the e...
...had conducted a forensic analysis. Frazza, of Short Hills' Budd Larner, immediately moved to have the e-mails excluded from trial because...
In a year marked by troubled economic times, progress has been elusive for the numbers of minority and women lawyers at the state's 20 largest law firms
A New Jersey attorney has gone on the offensive in a fight with his malpractice carrier on a scary issue: how angry do clients have to get before attorneys must warn insurers a suit is possible
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
...the firm, Reger was an associate at the law firm of Budd Larner located in New Jersey, and Skolnik was an associate at Pepper...
The expansion of New Jersey firms into Pennsylvania has continued, this time with 150-attorney Wilentz Goldman & Spitzer gaining some attorneys from a disbanding Philadelphia firm
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