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...And the company brought on some big guns: veteran litigators Edward Dauber and Justin Walder. Both signed the brief in support of the appeal...
...and the chairman of the Litigation Department of Newark's Greenberg Dauber Epstein & Tucker, passed away on Sept. 16. He was 65. ...
Hiring by New Jersey law firms is on a steady swing back nearly to prerecession levels, judging by the anecdotal evidence assembled in this, our annual new-associates magazine
Five of New Jersey's six largest mortgage servicers get approval to resume uncontested foreclosures after demonstrating they have taken steps to remedy improper "robo-signing" and other shoddy practi
A federal appeals panel affirms dismissal of a suit by former Superior Court Judge Patricia Talbert, who claimed race and gender biases were at the heart of her assignment to inferior positions and u
...the stipulation negotiated by New Jersey's six largest lenders and Edward Dauber, court-appointed counsel in Matter of Residential Foreclosure Pleading and Document...
...then monitor each servicer's practices for a year. Edward Dauber, who has a long history of public-sector and mediation work, represents...
Mortgage lenders allegedly engaged in widespread "robo-signing" of residential mortgage foreclosure documents are scrambling to comply with a court order to demonstrate their procedures are sound and
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