Lawyers who feel the urge to comment publicly, and perhaps passionately, about litigation opponents should be heartened by an appeals court ruling that gave an attorney wide latitude
Layoff notices were sent Monday to nearly a third of the employees in the Camden County Prosecutor's Office, including 18 of the 62 assistant prosecutors, but the prosecutor is hoping for an 11th-hou
The trooper's warrantless search of a commercial truck to confirm a suspected hidden compartment and identify its contents, made during a routine safety inspection, was a valid administrative search
Police conducting a routine safety inspection of a commercial truck don't need a warrant before they check a hidden compartment to confirm suspicions of drugs inside, a New Jersey appeals court holds
In this ERISA action, the undisputed record fails to support plaintiff's claims of gross mishandling in the evaluation of his claim for long-term disability benefits; the denial was not arbitrary or
...Noteworthy: Thomas Hagner and John Zohlman III of Hagner & Zohlman in Cherry Hill are...
...better somewhere else," she says. Thomas Hagner, who left in April with John Zohlman III to form Hagner & Zohlman in Cherry Hill...
...New Firm: Thomas Hagner and John Zohlman III establish Hagner & Zohlman, a general...
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