...payment for mental health services. A substantially similar suit filed by the NJPA and a member psychologist in Mercer County had been dismissed for lack...
Gun-ownership records kept by the state could soon be inaccessible to the public, under a bill making its way through the Legislature
...almost immediately that a corrected ruling would be issued. The NJPA's counsel, Thomas Cafferty of Gibbons in Newark, confirms that he and...
The state Supreme Court hears arguments for and against upsetting the doctrine of presumed damages in defamation cases that involve private figures and interests
Two cases where ?piggyback? agreements were approved put vendors on notice
...with Staples that included new discount pricing terms not found in the NJPA contract because the statute permits her to negotiate more favorable pricing terms...
The Law Journal's annual look at 40 promising young professionals in New Jersey's legal community, with biographies and photographs
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