The 50 lawyers profiled in these pages are those that we decided — after a rigorous evaluation process — make up potent combinations of youthful exuberance and formidable accomplishment
...of a 2007 tie-up between Dewey Ballantine and LeBoeuf, Lamb, Greene & MacRae was "more a creature of circumstance" than a...
As the Senate Judiciary Committee takes up the nomination of finance attorney Bruce Harris to the state Supreme Court, strong doubts are emerging that he will win enough votes to pass
The Senate Judiciary Committee rejects First Assistant Attorney General Phillip Kwon?s nomination to the Supreme Court after grilling him for more than six hours about his personal and family finance
Like water seeking its own level, new partnerships rose this year to 150 — their prerecession average. It was as strong a resurgence as the earlier fall-off was precipitous
Confirmation hearings for Gov. Chris Christie's two nominees to the state Supreme Court are planned for March 22, but only if the Senate Judiciary Committee is satisfied it has enough information abo
Firing a double-barreled shot of diversity, Gov. Chris Christie on Monday announced two nominees who if confirmed would become the first Asian-American and the first openly gay justice on the New Jer
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