Horizon Healthcare is facing a suit in New Jersey state court lodged by a laboratory that alleges it was cheated out of more than $20 million worth of testing work, much of it for a state-administere
Notice to the bar
...Jersey City; Robert Singer, retired, West Orange; and Robert Lack, Friedman Kaplan Seiler & Adelman, Newark. The Harvard Law...
...of $500 Duane Morris LLP Friedman Kaplan Seiler & Adelman LLP Gordon & Rees LLP Holland...
Former state Sen. Wayne Bryant is acquitted of charges that his law firm was on retainer with a developer who really sought his influence as a legislator
Environmental and real estate boutique Farer Fersko closed its doors and filed for bankruptcy not due to overwhelming debt but to allow its lawyers to make a clean break for a larger firm, court pape
It's too soon to say whether the recovery cycle has kicked in for New Jersey law firms, but our annual yearbook of new associates shows that after two years of decline, hiring is back on the upswing
..., a retired Appellate Division judge and formerly counsel to Friedman, Kaplan, Seiler & Adelman in Newark, to the complex litigation practice group. ...
A former partner at one of New Jersey's most prominent law firms is accused of paying $192,000 to a state Sen. Wayne Bryant in exchange for legislation and other favors intended to benefit the attorn
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