Summer hiring at New Jersey firms fell off in 2013, exhibiting no signs of a rebound from the stagnancy of the last four years
...the Supreme Court for certification. Angelo Genova, of Genova, Burns, Giantomasi & Webster in Newark, who represented Garcia, says, The Appellate...
...Cherry Hill and Newark ... the Complex Litigation Practice Group at Genova Burns Giantomasi & Webster in Newark brings on aboard Samuel Cornish...
The Appellate Division agrees to hear an emergent appeal by an Assembly candidate kept off the ballot because he works for a federally funded agency
...Neither did his lawyer, Rajiv Parikh of Genova Burns Giantomasi & Webster in Newark. Both 33rd District Assembly...
An organization that bankrolls ads for Democratic candidates in state races says a New Jersey law caps donations in violation of the U.S. Supreme Court's Citizens United ruling
A permanent injunction against defamation does not violate the First Amendment if the statements in question were found at trial to be defamatory, the Appellate Division rules in a case of first impr
...Department of the Year — General Litigation (2nd Finalist) — Genova Burns Giantomasi Webster
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