Not long ago, Genevieve Salvatore was a successful real estate lawyer and a local activist who championed food allergy awareness, prompted by her son's own peanut allergies
Daily Business Review
From Mexico to Brazil, firms eagerly await energy reforms that will spawn big deals, big returns for clients in Latin America
...According to the deposition transcript, defense lawyer Kevin O'Connor, of Peckar & Abramson in River Edge, began inquiring about a document apparently harmful to...
Administrative Law Federal administrative law / by Gary Lawson.Lawson, Gary, 1958-St. Paul, Minn. : West, c2013.TZ2 L445 2013 Administrative Law Developments in Administrativ
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The Daily Report
An Emory University law school student, J. Martin Bunt, has received a national pro bono award for starting a free legal clinic for veterans. Bunt, a 3L, received the annual Pro Bono Publico Award fr
A New Jersey lawyer is facing suspension for calling his adversary "stupid" and "bush league" at a deposition and making corruption allegations about the judge
A deed provision allowing a New Jersey private community to impose fees on its homeowners is not abandoned merely because it went unused for 82 years, a state judge rules
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...SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA Mark Stapke joined Peckar & Abramson Los Angeles office as partner. Prior to joining Peckar &...
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