A state Supreme Court justice put Super Lawyers and Best Lawyers in America back in business in New Jersey on Aug. 18 by staying the ethics opinion that prohibited lawyers from advertising their incl
The way Queens, N.Y., solo Luis Flores portrayed it to a federal appeals court, his client duped him into believing he was a legitimate businessman, not the ringleader of a drug-money-laundering sche
...2007 race is already heating up. Gibbons Del Deo Dolan Griffinger & Vecchione is raising its first-year associate salaries to $120,000...
...Minneapolis, hired John Gibbons and Kevin McNulty of Gibbons Del Deo Dolan Griffinger & Vecchione. Gibbons is a former chief judge of the 3rd U...
Blame it on tight purses, minimal benefits or just plain apathy, but fewer lawyers are joining bar associations these days, and bar groups are struggling to make themselves more attractive to prospec
County referral services remain uneasy as New Jersey's State Bar Association proceeds with a Sept. 1 target for the start of lawyer advertising on its Web site
For two years, an alliance of bar and business groups tried to undo a 2004 sentencing-guideline change they say was eroding the attorney-client privilege
With the abrupt ending of mass-tort litigation over the diet drugs known as Fen-Phen, New Jersey firm Porzio Bromberg & Newman last week laid off 53 people, including 16 lawyers and 21 paralegals
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