...his attorney, Raymond Carroll of Teaneck's Davis Saperstein & Salomon. Ramon Agramonte, now 42, of Elizabeth, who...
...the center's dean. Davis, Saperstein & Salomon in Teaneck donated $100,000 on Oct. 18 to the...
New Jersey law firms have been given a general go-ahead to outsource collection of their fees
...Plaintiff's Attorney: Paul A. Garfield, Davis Saperstein & Salomon, Teaneck. Defense Attorneys: William...
A malpractice insurer isn't required to indemnify a Cranford solo for work he did outside his law practice as an accounting firm's employee, a federal judge in Newark rules
During this past term, the Supreme Court once again fortified the rule that legal malpractice actions are clear exceptions to the entire-controversy doctrine
...Goldsmith, Ctorides & Rodriguez, Englewood Cliffs; state delegate Marc Saperstein, Davis, Saperstein & Salomon, Teaneck; minority caucus representative Carlia Brady, Stark & Stark; secretary...
The estate of a suicidal inmate who was wrongly moved into the general population where he hanged himself, went into a coma and soon thereafter died may pursue damages for his loss of enjoyment of li
A State Bar-backed bill in the Legislature would reduce the statute of limitations in malpractice actions against licensed professionals, including attorneys, and eliminate fee shifting
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