A new ethics opinion teaches that giving "difficult clients" the cold shoulder can lead to disciplinary action, especially if the lawyer gets defensive about it
...lender's net loss. His lawyer, Vincent Basile of Flood & Basile in Hackensack, says the $150,000 penalty...
Two chaperones accused of having sex with three of their teenage charges during a school trip to Germany lost their argument that New Jersey lacks jurisdiction to prosecute the case
...Weiseman DiGioia, Mountainside; William Buckman, Moorestown solo; and Raymond Flood, partner, Flood & Basile, Hackensack. ...
The former in-house counsel for a scandal-ridden investment company who made phony deductions on his income taxes and made false statements to federal investigators has been suspended from practice f
An insurance policy that could have helped pay for repairs to the leaky Cumberland County Courthouse in fact provides no coverage, a state appeals court says
Listed below are the names of successful candidates from the July 2006 New Jersey Bar Examination. Of the 3,050 candidates who sat for this examination, 2,949 have been mailed their results. The bala
...1996. McClure's attorney, Raymond Flood, of Hackensack's Flood & Basile, did not return a reporter's call. McClure has no office...
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