A judge's instruction that jurors in a personal injury case could draw an adverse inference from the defendants' failure to call their medical expert witnesses was reversible error, an appeals court
...acquisition of nine lawyers from New York-based insurance defense firm McGivney & Kluger, which gave the firm its Newark office. But Ryan...
Originally Published: The Legal Intelligencer
... Pamela Geraghty, Prudential Financial, Inc. Nancy Giacumbo, McGivney & Kluger, PC Patrick C. Gilmartin, Patton Boggs LLP ...
...School-Newark graduate admitted to practice in 1995, he was with McGivney, Kluger & Gannon in Florham Park and Gibbons in Newark, served as...
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