A New Jersey lawyer is suspended for six months for signing a doctored contract, lying about it in court documents and continuing his deception before ethics tribunals
New Jersey Law Journal
In the wake of recent support-staff reductions at Duane Morris, K&L Gates and other large firms, consultants and recruiters said more of these types of cuts are expected as firms seek to increase pro
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Rutgers University has appointed Theodore Brown, an in-house attorney with background as a prosecutor, to head a new unit charged with reducing the school's exposure to risk
Personal injury trial lawyer Michael Maggiano, of Maggiano, DiGirolamo, Lizzi & Roberts in Fort Lee, will receive the Alfred C. Clapp Award for Excellence from the New Jersey Institute for Continuing
Lawyers come out in force at a legislative hearing to oppose a bill that would abolish permanent alimony and make other drastic changes to New Jersey law on spousal support
... Maynard, 56, took up law as a second career after studying international economics in Japan and working on trade policy in...
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