A law firm that fell victim to a scam by a purported overseas client can't pursue federal wire fraud and RICO claims against its attorney trust depository, Bank of America, a judge says
New Jersey Law Journal
After a lengthy legal fight, the Supreme Court cleared a path Thursday for Sergio Garcia's admission to the State Bar
...adds Peter Swift, previously an associate at Wilson, Elser, Moskowitz, Edelman & Dicker in Florham Park, who joins the trial and insurance defense...
Verdicts and settlements in New Jersey state and federal court
Because plaintiff's claims sounding in contract and tort are essentially a collateral challenge to a state administrative determination, the Law Division is without jurisdiction to adjudicate the cla
Litigants unhappy with New Jersey agency decisions can't get around the normal process of judicial review by filing collateral lawsuits, a state appeals court rules
...A lawyer provided by the carrier, Maxwell Billek of Wilson, Elser, Moskowitz, Edelman & Dicker in Florham Park, accepted service of Thorsen’s malpractice...
Of the 3,680 candidates who sat for the July 2013 New Jersey Bar Examination, results have been provided to 3,609 candidates. Of those, 2,882, or 79.85 percent, passed
John Fahy, a former state and federal prosecutor who inexplicably committed suicide, botched a client's employment case and concealed the error right up until his death, according to a suit filed Mon
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