...recommending that JAMES CURCIO, Surrogate of Atlantic County, be suspended from the performance of his judicial duties for a period of two months, without pay...
...respect to the parcel's subdivision. The court granted plaintiff specific performance of the written agreement for defendant to convey a portion of the...
New Jersey Law Journal
In the wake of recent support-staff reductions at Duane Morris, K&L Gates and other large firms, consultants and recruiters said more of these types of cuts are expected as firms seek to increase pro
The state bar association is a friend-of-the-court in a case over whether oral palimony agreements can be enforced
If a lawyer wishes to bring a discrimination suit against her employer, the question of whether or not she is a "partner" makes all the difference
Must a whistleblower be acting outside the scope of his employment? N.J. courts split on whether there should be a "job-duty exception" to CEPA
New Jersey Law Journal
The American Bar Association has censured and fined Rutgers School of Law-Camden $25,000 for admitting students who had not taken the Law School Admission Test
...suit also named Market Street Surgical for allegedly facilitating Kaul’s performance of the surgery despite his lack of qualifications and insurance. ...
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