...Eory, Stark & Stark; Kimberly Gandy Jinks; and Brian Shea, Freeman, Barton, Huber & Sacks. Middlesex Bar Makes Lunches for Soup...
The Law Journal's annual survey of the newest generation of leaders at New Jersey law firms and local offices of national firms, complete with photographs and biographies
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...Marlton welcomes Alfred Vitarelli, previously an associate with Freeman Barton Huber & Sacks in Haddonfield. Associates The Law Office...
Payment to an employee of the "low" defined by a high/low agreement which preceded a verdict in favor of an alleged tortfeasor is subject to the workers' compensation lien statutory lien
An injured worker's recovery from a third party under a high-low agreement after a no-cause verdict is subject to New Jersey?s workers? compensation lien, a state appeals court rules
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