...dated May 12, 2005, promulgated two Statewide Bail Schedules and adopted a number of statewide policies regarding bail practices. The Bail Schedules were subsequently superseded...
New Jersey Law Journal
...are not locked into long-term leases in huge offices, reducing the number of bodies could eventually translate to savings on that front as well...
A New Jersey Senate committee has signed off on legislation that would strengthen criminal penalties for harassment or bullying over the Internet
The Chief Administrative Hearing Officer is severely reducing penalties assessed against employers by Immigration and Customs Enforcement
...The statistics bear this out. From 2011 to 2012, the number of discrimination charges filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) by...
Daily decision alert
Recent amendments to the Rules of Professional Conduct make clear that technological ignorance will no longer be tolerated from attorneys
New Jersey court administrators are on the lookout for frivolous filings by members of fringe groups aiming to gum up the judicial system
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