...of Abraham, Fruchter & Twersky in New York and Gary Graifman of Kantrowitz, Goldhamer & Graifman in Montvale. Johnson & Johnson's...
Johnson & Johnson has agreed to ramp up oversight of subsidiaries and to pay up to $10.5 million in attorney fees and costs to settle a shareholders' fraud and misconduct suit
Appellants lack standing to seek injunctive relief on behalf of the class of magazine subscription customers they seek to certify
Like water seeking its own level, new partnerships rose this year to 150 — their prerecession average. It was as strong a resurgence as the earlier fall-off was precipitous
A federal judge in Newark, finding insufficient common issues, has denied class certification to magazine subscribers who claim a Time Warner subsidiary charged for renewals without their authorizati
The FAA does not prevent state-law unconscionability principles from being applied to a class-arbitration waiver; dismissal was improper here since New Jersey would apply its law and find that the wa
Plaintiffs have the burden of producing evidence verifying the class' numerosity and nominating class representatives meeting the requirements of Rule 23. Plaintiffs have the burden of producing evid
Lawyers who sued FleetBoston Financial Corp. for securities fraud in 2002 have had unusually bad luck in finding class representatives and could end up with a decertification of the class as a result
Here are the largest personal injury verdicts reported by the Law Journal between July 10, 2006, and September 3, 2007, ranked in order of their value as of date of verdict or settlement
A Bergen County judge has approved a $14.5 million settlement in a national class action alleging defective brakes on Jeep Grand Cherokee
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