An injunctive order is entered barring collateral attack in state court on the bankruptcy sale process and prior bankruptcy court orders
The webmaster of a site created to draw complaints about a Rutgers University official can't seek cover from a New Jersey law that generally prohibits police from searching news organizations' office
A federal case in Trenton is testing whether a putative class action is "owned" by the named plaintiff or his lawyer
...39;s lawyer, Bruce Rosen of Florham Park's McCusker, Anselmi, Rosen & Carvelli, moved to dismiss. In a brief filed on...
A New Jersey appeals court on strikes a $2.6 million jury award in a libel case, making clear that plaintiffs can't recover both actual damages and presumed damages
The blogger is entitled to the protections of the "newspaperman's privilege.
A federal judge in Newark on Friday halted enforcement of a New Jersey law that makes it a crime to publish ads inviting sexual assignations with underage escorts, even if the publisher did not know
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