The Law Division's annulment of the primary election is reversed because of multiple legal errors that materially contributed to the court's declaration
...amp; Haddix , Mount Laurel (for Litzell LLC); Richard Wedinger , Barry, McTiernan & Wedinger , Edison (for Hollywood Tanning Systems Inc., Sunlite...
...for bankruptcy in May 2005, he still owed her lawyers at Barry, McTiernan & Moore more than $100,000 in legal fees for their collection...
Use of nonrefundable retainer agreements in violation of a court rule has drawn a reprimand for well-known matrimonial lawyer Elliot Gourvitz
A special ethics master recommends a reprimand for Elliot Gourvitz, one of New Jersey's best-known divorce lawyers, for holding onto client retainers when he shouldn't have
...must be resolved before the discharge is final.Barry, McTiernan & Wedinger, though entitled to roughly $75,000 under the settlement, claims Gourvitz...
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