New Jersey Law Journal
...and managing partners Robert Baron and William Fogg, notes that the firm does not apply any billable hour requirements when determining eligibility for the bonuses...
... The OAE probe yielded additional offenses besides the misappropriation, although he does not face disciplinary charges at this point. The OAE said...
A plaintiff in a medical malpractice suit should be able to join as a defendant a participating doctor whose identity was not disclosed until after the two-year statute of limitations had passed, a N
Gay clients who want services or products and business owners who refuse to provide them on religious grounds each have individual rights, yet one side's exercise of rights ostensibly limits that of
Daily decision alert
...in Parsippany, says the ruling means being part of a golfing party does not create liability. Chovanec’s lawyer is Jay Weissman of Debra...
...the old business model. The Blockbuster example stresses that if a company does not adapt quickly, more nimble outside entrants could gain a large amount...
Daily decision alert
Lawyers come out in force at a legislative hearing to oppose a bill that would abolish permanent alimony and make other drastic changes to New Jersey law on spousal support
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