The Assembly has overwhelming approved a measure that would divest certain state agency heads of their power to reject or modify the rulings of administrative law judges
...fee suits because clients often respond with malpractice claims, said McCann, of Bridgeton's Chance & McCann. He added that unlike clients, lawyers...
...and develop solutions to resolve those situations, said President Kevin P. McCann. Trustee and event organizer William...
Starting next month, lawyers will no longer need bricks-and-mortar offices to practice in New Jersey
The New Jersey State Bar Association worked throughout 2012 to promote the professional interests of its members and fairness in the administration of the justice system. Founded in 1899, it has near
A plaintiff who may be entitled to recover legal fees as damages can avoid producing attorney billing records that he claims include privileged information, a federal judge rules
Gov. Chris Christie announces the nominations of two candidates for the state Supreme Court: Monmouth County judge David Bauman and Board of Public Utilities president Robert Hanna
Over the State Bar Association's resistance, a New Jersey Supreme Court committee is proposing that lawyers no longer be allowed to coax clients to pay legal fees by holding their files or other prop
In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy's devastating impact on New Jersey, the state Supreme Court has issued a tolling order allowing more time to meet filing deadlines
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