The Law Journal's annual look at 40 promising young professionals in New Jersey's legal community, with biographies and photographs
It's too soon to say whether the recovery cycle has kicked in for New Jersey law firms, but our annual yearbook of new associates shows that after two years of decline, hiring is back on the upswing
Much of the Law Journal's regular reporting on partnership changes at New Jersey firms could suggest that lateral movements are becoming the norm, but our yearly snapshot of the new partners' ranks c
...and Lyle Badger, and 20 percent fault each for attending physician Ira Jacobs and Charles Tolinche, who supervised the surgery. Prior to trial, the two...
N.J.S.A. 19:49-5 clearly and unambiguously invalidates a write-in vote when that candidate's name appears on the printed portion of the machine ballot; where a voter wrote in plaintiff's name althoug
Where plaintiff claims that the defendants improperly released her from the hospital while she had high blood pressure, and as a result she suffered a stroke, her claim against the nurses is barred b
Nearly five months after a state government Web site began posting doctors' malpractice histories, the publicity may be having a chilling effect on settlements. Lawyers on both sides of the aisle say
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