Notice to the bar
Governor Christie recently signed the Teacher Effectiveness and Accountability for the Children of New Jersey (TEACHNJ) Act, which radically changes how public school "teaching staff members" are eva
Recently retired Judge Glenn Berman spoke recently about his experiences on the bench, including the Ravi cyberstalking case
...score of 27 or a combined 1200 on the critical reading and math portions of the SAT, with no less than 550 on either section...
...protect what is actually valuable to the organization. Do the Math A recent article in Science magazine stated that...
Pennsylvania's mandatory mediation provision was supported by both the claimants bar and the Chamber of Commerce. The claimant's focus must be convincing the insurance company (and the mediating judg
New Jersey fraud bureau intensifies fight against violators
The federal judiciary releases new model jury instructions aimed at deterring improper use of social media by jurors
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