A settlement is a settlement. The parties agree on its terms, terminate the litigation, and move on. Right? Not always. Class actions, for example, are different
A proposed class action lawsuit alleging Citizens Bank violated the Electronic Fund Transfer Act has survived a motion to dismiss in federal court
...addressing due process rights under the PFA Act did not confront the precise issue here, nor did it stand for the proposition that an ex...
The state Supreme Court has agreed to take up a case involving whether parental rights should be terminated under the state Adoption Act of 1980 when a pathological bond exists between a child and a
A federal judge in New Jersey has allowed a copyright infringement suit to go forward against multiple John Does who allegedly collaborated in distribution of adult films on the Internet
Originally Published: New Jersey Law Journal
...that the officer's failure to specify in the search warrant his precise method to determine that appellant was receiving mail at the subject residence...
My first year of practice was filled with apprehension and stress, new situations, some successes, a few failures and numerous lessons learned along the way
There really is no debate. There is no greater loss than the loss of a child. In preparation for this summary, I re-read several articles about the senseless tragedy that unfolded only a few months a
A former Aeropostale clothing executive cannot claim privilege to exclude from his upcoming trial for allegedly taking kickbacks an email listing his assets sent to his company account by an attorney
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
A same-sex couple is gearing up for a battle in its recently-filed medical malpractice case on whether the partner of the injured woman can seek loss of consortium damages
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