Do some judges use the net-opinion rule to keep an expert's testimony out of evidence, when in fact they simply disagree with the expert's assertion on what the law is or should be
...Division upheld summary dismissal of the legal-malpractice claim in Hedinger & Lawless LLC v. Betal Enterprises, Inc., A-4797-09, Voorhees posted...
The requirements in N.J.A.C. 17:19-2.13(c) regarding aggregate rating limits apply to subcontractors who bid on school projects as well as contractors
Subcontractors on school construction jobs are subject to the same work-volume limits as main contractors, a state appeals court rules in a precedential decision
...CLIENT — LEGAL MALPRACTICE 04-2-1280 Hedinger & Lawless, L.L.C. v. Betal Enterprises Inc., App. Div. (per...
...extortion, on which the ex-state senator was convicted. HEDINGER & LAWLESS A state appeals court upholds dismissal of a malpractice...
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