New Jersey rock icon Bruce Springsteen is well known for making the "big noise," but a judge's ruling in a suit over online sales of tickets to his concerts has sounded its own eclat in the New Jerse
Corporate work is not just for big firms anymore. A growing number of solo corporate attorneys and small corporate boutiques have emerged in the last two years to fill what they see as a gap in the P
As the campaign for a single open seat on the state Supreme Court entered its final week, campaign contributions became an issue between candidates already trading jabs over judicial reform and the 2
...and Rutgers Law School-Camden. He was assistant counsel to Gov. Jim Florio and deputy counsel to Gov. Richard Codey before working on Corzine's...
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