Notice to the bar
...151; went on. Andrade, represented by Thomas McNamara of Indik & McNamara in Monmouth Junction, seeks to enjoin Resorts...
... That prompted an objection from the plaintiff's lawyer, Martin Indik. After excusing the jury, LeBlon asked Stern for the substance of his...
A provision in a domestic-violence final restraining order barring defendant from any place where his former wife is located is overly broad and not authorized by the Prevention of Domestic Violence
A restraining order that barred a man from being anywhere near his ex-wife — a proviso he violated by attending his child's soccer game — was beyond the domestic violence statute's scope,
Notice to the bar
Where plaintiff sought to present her legal-malpractice action through expert testimony, the Appellate Division erred in reversing the judgment because of her failure to try the action as a "suit wit
Seldom does an appeal land on the Supreme Court's doorstep with such a capacity to combust as Maw v. Advanced Clinical Communications Inc. The case is a volatile mix of policy issues that could blow
The state Supreme Court is being asked to decide an issue that mirrors the increased use of noncompete agreements: whether dismissal for failure to sign such a pact is grounds for a whistleblower com
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