A plaintiff in a defamation suit over anonymous postings on a Google-hosted blog may not obtain the writers' names, a New Jersey appeals court rules, upholding a trial judge who quashed a subpoena
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
The Chancery judge's reliance on the expert's methodology, tempered by her own knowledge and understanding of the case, produced a reasonable fee award
For the past month, a former Levinson Axelrod associate has been using a Web site with a similar domain name to criticize and mock the firm and its partners and to showcase its in-court losses. He sa
A concerned parent who anonymously e-mailed a high school guidance counselor with accusations of underage drinking will remain anonymous, a Bergen County judge says in quashing a subpoena to Cablevis
...Morristown, partner, 1995; Deener, Feingold & Stern, Hackensack, counsel, 1995-96; Hartman, Winnicki & Finnerty, Paramus, partner, 1997-98; Knee Law Firm, Hackensack, 1998...
The Law Journal's eighth annual magazine devoted to new associates at New Jersey law firms
Once again, we present the vanguard of leadership of the New Jersey legal community: 178 newly minted partners who accepted our invitation to be featured in this, the Law Journal's seventh annual New
Acting Essex County Prosecutor Paula Dow will get the job permanently, now that local senators supporting another candidate have been placated. With the Senate Judiciary Committee's approval last Thu
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