A federal judge in Trenton is the latest to ban porn producers' copyright suits against multiple John Doe defendants over allegedly illegal downloads using BitTorrent, a peer-to-peer protocol for ano
Originally Published: New Jersey Law Journal
An attorney who kept $110,000 in fees owed to his former firm has escaped possible disbarment in an ethics case that saw a rare scuffle between two judicial disciplinary agencies
The New Jersey Supreme Court has agreed to hear an unusual dispute between avowed owners of beachfront property who want to build on it and a town that claims it acquired the land by inverse condemna
Big tobacco has been good for two New Jersey firms this year. McManimon & Scotland served as bond counsel and DeCotiis FitzPatrick Cole & Wisler represented underwriter Bear Stearns & Co. in the Janu
Being too intoxicated to know right from wrong is no defense to the charge of letting another drunk drive your car, a Camden County, N.J., judge has ruled
New Jersey drivers have long been able to take driver's license tests in a choice of foreign languages
A Camden County, N.J., judge opened hearings last week to decide whether a proposed substitute for the Breathalyzer in drunken driving cases passes muster with the scientific community
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