...In documents and letters filed with the court, more than a dozen objectors raised various problems with the deal, including a proposed $30 million cy...
Originally Published: National Law Journal
The developer's notice of public hearings using incorrect lot numbers did not deprive the planning board of jurisdiction to decide its conditional-use application
A federal judge insured by Aetna has taken himself off about a dozen class action suits against the carrier
The Appellate Division unequivocally found that the Department of Environmental Protection had the authority to waive strict compliance from its regulatory requirements. But it sent the agency back t
...often well financed and supported by a team of experts. When the objector is a competing business, the playing field may be more level. However...
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...incentive award. The court further grants the separate motion filed by the objectors who pursued an appeal to the Third Circuit for (1) attorney fees...
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