The New Jersey Supreme Court has seated a panel of lawyers to decide how to implement a rule that allows law firms to do business under trade names rather than partners' monikers
Of the 3,680 candidates who sat for the July 2013 New Jersey Bar Examination, results have been provided to 3,609 candidates. Of those, 2,882, or 79.85 percent, passed
A Point Pleasant tavern can't pursue a civil rights suit over a borough ordinance that would have restricted its operating hours—in part because the borough repealed the ordinance before it eve
Notice to the bar
An applicant's inadvertent failure to disclose an employee's criminal history constitutes "good cause" to deny its application to become a Medicaid pharmaceutical service provider
A New Jersey appeals court warns pharmacies applying to participate in the state's Medicaid program to make sure that all information about their employees' criminal histories is complete and accurat
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