Like water seeking its own level, new partnerships rose this year to 150 — their prerecession average. It was as strong a resurgence as the earlier fall-off was precipitous
The Sexual Offender Act precludes the commissioner of the Department of Corrections from assigning ADTC-ineligible sex-offender inmates to the ADTC for treatment and housing with ADTC-eligible inmate
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
...Princeton and Yardley, Pa.,offices and previously was an associate at Curtin & Heefner in Lawrenceville. Counsel Becker Meisel in Cherry...
While plaintiff's mental deficiencies should have prevented the original entry of the default judgment in the underlying collection action, because there was no actual deprivation of property, his du
A federal judge certifies a class action suit against a Toms River lawyer and a Princeton company who allegedly violated a law that protecting consumers from overly aggressive debt collectors
Last year, we reported a higher-than-usual percentage of foreign firms making new partnerships at Garden State branches. So it was a surprise to find that this year, only about 25 percent are from fi
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