...Charged with Bryant was Eric Wisler, a name partner at the firm now known as DeCotiis FitzPatrick & Cole, who was Cherokee's lead...
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... An indictment announced Monday charges that Eric Wisler, while a partner at DeCotiis, FitzPatrick & Cole in Teaneck, made regular payments from 2004 through...
Zoning restrictions as applied to plaintiff's sexually oriented business must be analyzed under the factors outlined by the Supreme Court in Township of Saddle Brook v. A.B. Family Center
The record does not support the zoning board's finding that there was an expansion of the nonconforming use or that plaintiff failed to meet the positive and negative criteria for variance relief
Qualified immunity is not available where the misconduct with which the defendant officers are charged — that is, fabricating a case against plaintiff — clearly violated plaintiff's Fourt
A federal appeals court has affirmed the rejection of a suit filed by a state trooper who claimed he suffered harassment and retaliation for complaining about racial profiling and who later killed hi
...on resale value. But Frino, of Teaneck's DeCotiis, FitzPatrick, Cole & Wisler, said the firm should be barred from representing commercial property...
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