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In order to encourage candor in mediation proceedings, New Jersey has adopted a broad and robust mediation privilege that protects against the disclosure of mediation communications in later legal pr
...Often, however, such concerns about conflicts appear to be of little importance as the parties elect a process in which they agree to the...
Ralph J. Lamparello is set to take the stage as one of the highest profile positions in the New Jersey legal community as president of the 18,000-member New Jersey State Bar Association
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The Division of Property Management and Construction erred in not doing an accessibility analysis of the two apparently nonconforming bids or a materiality/waiver analysis after learning that only on
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