...Esther Salas. Teresa's attorney, Henry Klingeman of Krovatin Klingeman in Newark, said in a statement that she...
Law firms sued by a bankruptcy trustee for more than half a million dollars in fees paid to them by debtor Birdsall Services Group will go to mediation in an effort to resolve the dispute
...holding our breath and waiting to see what happens," says Gerald Krovatin, president of the Association of the Federal Bar of New Jersey....
...officers for the 2013-14 term. They are President Gerald Krovatin, Krovatin Klingeman, Newark; President-Elect Paul Zoubek, Montgomery McCracken Walker & Rhoads, Cherry...
The federal court system, already beset with funding losses due to the sequester, is bracing for more significant hits in the coming fiscal year
Six defense lawyers must comply with grand jury subpoenas for their billing records — but not until resolution of the underlying charges against their clients
A state appeals court affirms dismissal of a legal malpractice suit, saying the judge properly concluded the plaintiff was an ex-client and therefore due a lesser duty of care
...Oury's attorney, Gerald Krovatin of Newark's Krovatin & Klingeman, says his client exhibited "poor judgment" in not...
Former state Sen. Wayne Bryant is acquitted of charges that his law firm was on retainer with a developer who really sought his influence as a legislator
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