The state Senate on Thursday confirmed 15 of Gov. Chris Christie's recent nominations to the Superior Court bench, the same day they were vetted by the Senate Judiciary Committee
... Mara Zazzali-Hogan, D-Shrewsbury (Monmouth), is a partner at Gibbons in Newark, where her father, former Supreme Court Chief Justice James Zazzali...
...relations practice at Cranford's Dughi Hewit & Palatucci. He will do no lobbying at Gibbons, Dunican says, but the firm's...
The Law Journal's annual review of personal injury cases resulting in the largest recoverie
Because a reasonable person in plaintiff's situation would not have known earlier of the relationship between Accutane and ulcerative colitis, her lawsuit was timely
...Hewit in Cranford, now known as Dughi, Hewit & Domalewski, and will handle complex litigation and commercial transactions ... Gibbons in Newark promotes counsel David...
Jeff Chiesa, Gov. Christopher Christie's chief counsel, comes to the job with experience in courtrooms and management and is a "very hard worker," according to those who know him best
Here are the largest personal injury verdicts reported by the Law Journal between July 10, 2006, and September 3, 2007, ranked in order of their value as of date of verdict or settlement
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