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.
...Timothy Barnes of Porzio Bromberg & Newman in Morristown. Barnes says Aleksander has spastic quadriplegia, cannot speak, needs a...
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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
A New Jersey car dealership has settled a suit over a no-beards policy that denied a job to a Sikh applicant, agreeing to enforce policies and procedures to prevent religious discrimination
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