...the employee benefits case). The law firms of Miller Faucher & Cafferty (now Cafferty Clobes Meriwether & Sprengel) and Whatley, Drake &...
...Bryan Clobes of Cafferty Faucher. Defendants James...Plaintiff Keith Miller of Robinson, Wettre...
...to the District of New Jersey. The law firms of Miller Faucher and Cafferty and Whatley. Drake & Kallas were appointed class counsel....
A $100 million settlement approved by a federal judge in Trenton, N.J., has resolved part of a massive class action that accuses the country's leading insurance brokers of conspiring with carriers to
Because the allegedly substandard part in her auto did not fail or require repair or replacement within the warranty period, plaintiff's complaint under the CFA was properly dismissed
Lead counsel now call the shots in securities class actions and thus decide if and how other lawyers get paid, the Third U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled. Rejecting an appeal by three firms se
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