Many New Jersey litigators practice primarily in the Superior Court and rarely choose to be in a federal district court. Sometimes, however, the choice is not theirs to make, and even seasoned state
...Gottesman Real Estate Partners in Livingston and Mountain Development Corp. in Woodland Park announced on May 13 it purchased the office...
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...Department of Environmental Protection in litigation filed by the DEP against ExxonMobil Corp. took depositions of three of Exxon's experts. Drinker Biddle & Reath...
Drinker Biddle & Reath has lost a nearly five-year-long battle to obtain deposition transcripts from an environmental suit against ExxonMobil for use in defending its own clients in other litigation
...Potential class members in the sudden acceleration litigation against Toyota Motor Corp. have filed objections to the proposed $1.6 billion settlement reached on...
Originally Published: National Law Journal
Federal Aviation Administration Authorization Act § 14501(c)(1) does not pre-empt state-law claims stemming from the storage and disposal of a towed vehicle
...couple for the partial blocking of their ocean view by the Army Corps of Engineers' erection of a 22-foot-high sand dune on their...
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