...Richard Williams of McElroy Deutsch Mulvaney & Carpenter; and...
New Jersey disciplinary authorities are recommending a three-month suspension for Neil Day, a former Coughlin Duffy partner who admitted he padded his time sheets with time entries for depositions th
Interlocutory injunctive relief may be granted to preserve the parties' positions and subject matter of the suit regardless of doubts about the movants' likelihood of success
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
A former basketball player has sued Rutgers University, alleging that physical and psychological abuse by Coach Mike Rice left him in a 'debilitating state of anxiety and fear.
New Jersey is one of 42 states that fall short in their financial disclosure requirements for high-court judges, a Washington, D.C., good-government organization reports
An injunctive order is entered barring collateral attack in state court on the bankruptcy sale process and prior bankruptcy court orders
...Robert Hille of McElroy Deutsch Mulvaney & Carpenter in...
A New Jersey lawyer is facing a three-month suspension of his license for pledging in 2007 to use a concocted connection to Secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff to get lenient treatment fo
Legislation introduced in New Jersey this week with bipartisan sponsorship would counteract a appeals court ruling that found a basis of civil liability in text messaging a motorist who winds up in a
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