New Jersey's high court has made it possible for defense lawyers to obtain for review the evidence against clients charged with child pornography-related offenses
Originally Published: New Jersey Law Journal
...Jeffrey Fehrman, vice president of forensics and consulting; Foster Gibbons, vice president of legal discovery solutions; and ...
H. Christopher Boehning and Daniel J. Toal, of Paul Weiss, examine the Third Circuit's Race Tires opinion and explore the consequences for litigants contending with often crushing e-discovery costs
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
A suit in New Jersey appears to be the first instance in the state of one legal-malpractice attorney suing another for defamation over criticism in a blog post
...to the media," says subcommittee chairman Thomas Cafferty, a partner at Gibbons in Newark and general counsel for the New Jersey Press Association....
Big firms have long relied on the BlackBerry e-mail and data encryption features. But as the smartphone and tablet markets have exploded, lawyers have more mobile tech options than ever before. And w
Online gift-certificate buyers are pinning their federal class-action suit against sellers on a New Jersey consumer protection statute that may or may not apply, and whether or not it does is what th
A photographer can proceed with his suit alleging New Jersey radio station 101.5 used his work on its website without his approval and slandered him on the air by insinuating he is gay. The 3rd Circu
A New Jersey federal judge upheld a decision disqualifying Kelley Drye from defending its client, Arch Personal Care Products, in a lawsuit by H20 Plus because confidential information central to its
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