Verdicts and settlements in New Jersey state and federal courts
A federal appeals court has affirmed the rejection of a suit filed by a state trooper who claimed he suffered harassment and retaliation for complaining about racial profiling and who later killed hi
The District Court did not abuse its discretion in denying appellant leave to amend his complaint for a third time to include a First Amendment retaliation claim
Where a state trooper was allegedly harassed due to reporting incidences of racial profiling, summary judgment was denied as to his retaliation claims under ? 1981 and CEPA against his supervisor
A federal judge in Camden on Tuesday salvaged part of a suit in behalf of a former New Jersey state trooper who claimed retaliation for complaining about racial profiling and later killed himself
...s lawyer, Catherine Tamasik, says she...Teaneck's DeCotiis FitzPatrick Cole & Wisler, says...
...appealed, and last week its lawyer, Catherine Tamasik of Teaneck's DeCotiis FitzPatrick Cole & Wisler, argued to an Appellate Division...
If anyone thought the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling in Kelo v. City of New London was a license to steal for municipalities, last Wednesday's ruling in an Essex County case is a lesson that eminent dom
...Former Essex County Counsel Catherine Tamasik didn't have to...
...the D'Amiano case, says the Democrats' lawyer, Catherine Tamasik of Teaneck's DeCotiis, FitzPatrick, Cole & Wisler. She intends to amend the complaint to...
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