...Robert B. Hille became treasurer. He is a partner at McElroy, Deutsch, Mulvaney & Carpenter in Morristown. ...
Summary judgment is inappropriate where a jury could find that defendant's incorrect legal advice was a substantial factor in causing plaintiffs to engage in criminal conduct
A state appeals court vacates a $7.4 million judgment for a pedestrian hit by a driver who had been drinking at a pool party at an apartment complex
A client's guilty plea does not bar a malpractice suit against a lawyer whose advice may have helped hatch the crime, a New Jersey appeals court says
New Jersey's Top 20 bellwether firms retrenched a bit in 2012 from what had been a steady pattern of energetic rebound from the 2008-09 recession
Plaintiffs cannot establish the standard of care through an expert who does not practice in the same medical specialties as the defendant physicians
Medical malpractice claims require experts with the same specialty or subspecialty as the doctors being sued and being qualified to treat the same condition is not enough, the state Supreme Court rul
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