New Jersey Law Journal
Increasing demand and a more concentrated focus on the efficient delivery of legal services should lead to higher profits in 2014, according to a survey of the managing partners' confidence in the ma
...the Trenton and White Plains, N.Y., offices of Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott hosted a networking evening of cocktails and connections on Oct. 16...
New Jersey Law Journal
The significant fourth-quarter boost many law firms experienced last year was the result of a unique political climate and will not be repeated this year, but law firm leaders said they're still opti
A New Jersey lawyer who allegedly gave a client "dubious" advice about the tax implications of her divorce has dodged her malpractice suit — but only because it came too late
...and plaintiff lawyer Michael Kinkopf,of Eckert, Seamans, Cherin & Mellott in Philadelphia, did not return calls. ...
...amp; Rooney, with offices in Newark and Princeton; and Eckert, Seamans, Cherin & Mellott, with offices in Newark and Trenton. McCarter slipped one...
Multiple, unrelated plaintiffs may not make a single, aggregate offer of judgment as to all of their claims
...Pittsburgh-based Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott has announced that it has acquired Trenton, N.J.-based Sterns...
Originally Published: The Legal Intelligencer
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