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
Originally Published: New Jersey Law Journal
Philadelphia firm Pietragallo Gordon Alfano Bosick & Raspanti, handling a false-claims suit that yielded a $12.6 million settlement, may collect fees due via the client's contingency agreement as wel
TD Bank N.A., the successor company to Commerce Bancorp Inc., cannot renege on Commerce's 2002 agreement to indemnify a corporate agent in a lawsuit filed by a fired contractor, a New Jersey appeals
School officials in New Jersey don't need probable cause to search students' cars parked on campus, the state Supreme Court ruled on Wednesday. "Reasonable grounds" will do
...U.S. Navy employee Kerry Beese-Munoz retained Barbone, of Atlantic City's Jacobs & Barbone, in November 2003 to sue for sexual...
...He wants to sue Flagship's outside lawyers, Edwin Jacobs Jr. and Louis Barbone of Jacobs & Barbone, on grounds that they were involved...
A winning New Jersey plaintiff's lawyer in a whistleblower suit - who then had the whistle blown on him for creatively augmenting his fee - is fighting a court order to give some of the money back
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