...for other defense lawyers. Michael Critchley Sr., of Critchley, Kinum & Vazquez in Roseland, recalls that while he worked as an Essex...
The discovery that the corporate defendant received under Fed. R. Crim. P. 16(a)(1)(C)(ii) was adequate and in keeping with the standards of the rule, and the court did not err in its jury instructio
After spending its entire 41-year history in Newark, the veteran bond firm McManimon & Scotland is migrating most of its operations to suburban Roseland as of June 1
...them if not. Michael Critchley of Roseland's Critchley, Kinum & Vazquez and Timothy Donohue of Arleo, Donohue & Biancamano in West...
Just a week after declaring Magistrate Judge Patty Shwartz unqualified for elevation to the Third Circuit, Sen. Robert Menendez announced he would release his hold on her nomination
Hiring by New Jersey law firms is on a steady swing back nearly to prerecession levels, judging by the anecdotal evidence assembled in this, our annual new-associates magazine
...Jr., partners, Walder Hayden & Brogan, Roseland; Michael Critchley, partner, Critchley Kinum & Vazquez, Roseland; Maria Noto, Matawan solo; and Carl Poplar, Cherry Hill...
The former part-owner and legal counsel for a litigation funding company has been accused of conspiring with a Union City brokerage firm in a lucrative kickback scheme
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