In-house counsel are subject to the conflict of interest provisions of RPC 1.8; in determining whether punitive damages are warranted , the court may consider an award of counsel fees based on legal
...Saffer v. Willoughby, 143 N.J. 256 (1996). Jacobs & Barbone of Atlantic City, which represented Kaye, was awarded 75 percent of...
A black Muslim employee of a cable TV installing company left without a job after its acquisition sufficiently pleaded discriminatory and retaliatory treatment, a federal judge in Camden rules
A firm handling a false-claims suit that yielded a $12.6 million settlement may collect fees due via the client's contingency agreement as well as those payable by statute by the other party, a feder
On a summary judgment motion, the court should not adopt a discredited version of the facts
A Marriott subsidiary has successfully defended on appeal a trial judge's striking of a punitive damages award in an employee's whistleblower suit
Verdicts and settlements in New Jersey state and federal courts
... As a result, the court said Louis Barbone of Atlantic City's Jacobs & Barbone was wrongly disqualified from representing a man...
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