A New Jersey lawyer who allegedly gave a client "dubious" advice about the tax implications of her divorce has dodged her malpractice suit — but only because it came too late
...on the ukulele. ODonnell is a member of Donahue, Hagan, Klein, Newsome, ODonnell and Weisberg in Morristown. ...
A judge's entering a final divorce judgment and months later filing a written opinion with materially different terms has prompted an appeals court to publish a screed against deferred decisions
The procedure followed by the Family Part judge — issuing a final judgment of divorce followed months later by an opinion with provisions that diverged significantly from those in the JOD and c
...MALPRACTICE 04-2-4731 Goodwin v. Donahue Hagan Klein Newsome & O’Donnell, App. Div. (per curiam) (6...
...Appellate Division held on Dec. 30 in Goodwin v. Donahue, Hagan, Klein, Newsome & O'Donnell, A-3476-10, upholding the dismissal...
Partners for Women and Justice recognizes the following attorneys for their pro bono service during 2011. Their generous support made it possible for Partners to help hundreds of low income and abuse
...MALPRACTICE 04-2-4731 Goodwin v. Donahue Hagan Klein Newsome & O'Donnell, App. Div. (per curiam) (6 pp...
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
New legislation is afoot that would lower the burden of proof for grandparents and siblings seeking visitation rights in contested cases
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