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...CLIENT — ATTORNEYS' FEES 04-2-0037 Kleeblatt, Galler, Abramson, L.L.C. v. Feuer , App. Div. (per curiam) (5...
...mdash; ATTORNEYS' FEES 04-2-0037 Kleeblatt, Galler, Abramson, L.L.C. v. Feuer, App. Div. (per...
...estate department, and Ronald Abramson, in the litigation and family law practices; both were partners at Kleeblatt, Galler & Abramson in Hackensack....
Under applicable Delaware law, to proceed with a shareholder derivative suit, the plaintiff must plead demand futility with particularity.Under applicable Delaware law, to proceed with a shareholder
While New Jersey courts have the authority to issue ex parte relief in the form of a temporary restraining order on the filing of a domestic violence complaint under N.J.S.A. 2C:25-28a, if personal j
Where plaintiff had more than the 300 days of discovery permitted, merely joined various defendants rather than attempting to determine if she had viable claims against them, and never retained an ex
The New Jersey Supreme Court seems inclined to relax if not remove the gag on grievants in attorney discipline cases, judging by the justices' reactions to oral arguments
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