Verdicts and settlements in New Jersey state and federal courts
The New Jersey State Bar Association filed an amicus brief urging the Supreme Court to make it easier for attorneys to handle some pro bono bankruptcy cases
A round-up of action from Trenton in the final days of the lame duck session
The capitalized cost reduction payments plaintiffs paid at the inception of their auto leases constitute lease amounts paid in advance under § 535(f) of the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act, enti
N.J. court decides to ban offers of judgment in class actions, bringing it into agreement with the Third Circuit
Life sentencing without the possibility of parole might be called LWOP, for life without hope
...12-month period if to the same beneficiary; although there is no limit as to the number of times you may change the beneficiary on...
...specifications were government records, not otherwise excepted from OPRA's fee limits by the LPCL, is affirmed. However, in light of the clear statutory...
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