...the Court in a 1986 ethics opinion, IMO Petition of Felmeister and Isaacs, was also given exclusive jurisdiction to adjudicate ethics grievances within...
...informational" instead of "dignified." In Matter of Felmeister & Isaacs, the Court banned all "absurd" or "extreme...
New Jersey's Supreme Court seems poised to alter its current outright prohibition on advertising in which lawyers compare their abilities to others, probably by requiring that such ads include caveat
The three-year-old controversy over whether New Jersey lawyers can tout their inclusion in Super Lawyers, Best Lawyers or other ratings publications comes again before the state Supreme Court on Wedn
This is the sixth of nine installments of What Makes a Court Supreme, Justice Daniel J. O'Hern's book about his years on the Wilentz Court
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