The state Senate on Thursday confirmed 15 of Gov. Chris Christie's recent nominations to the Superior Court bench, the same day they were vetted by the Senate Judiciary Committee
Gov. Chris Christie on Monday announced his intention to nominate eight candidates for Superior Court judgeships, bringing to 23 the number he has put forth in a week
...Potter's attorney, Michael McCaffrey of Purcell, Mulcahy, O'Neill & Hawkins in Bedminster, did not return a call. Neither...
...seminar speakers Jeanne Marino, Harwood Lloyd, Hackensack; Elizabeth Flanagan, Purcell Mulcahy O'Neill & Hawkins, Bedminster; Marie Carey, Law Office of Kevin McGowen, Florham...
Omitting to file a bystander-trauma claim in behalf of a teenager who witnessed his brother's death from a fall down an elevator shaft has landed a plaintiff lawyer in a malpractice suit
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