...in professional liability defense, ethics proceedings, insurance and commercial disputes. ... Rabinowitz, Lubetkin & Tully in Livingston welcomes Jeffrey Cooper, previously a partner...
Because filing the involuntary petition was an abuse of the bankruptcy process for an improper purpose, the court follows the majority rule and holds that reasonable attorneys' fees and costs and pun
Debtors' claims are central to bankruptcy administration and do not arise from the post-petition operation of the business of any of the debtors. Section 1409(a) venue applies
A video-game company is suing its lawyers, claiming they used its list of investors to try to drum up work for the firm by e-mail - some of it spam
Our ninth annual magazine devoted to new associates at New Jersey law firms
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... was still the best-known lawyer at Booker, Rabinowitz, Trenk, Lubetkin, Tully, DiPasquale & Webster in West Orange. Now, with...
...New Of Counsel:Booker, Rabinowitz, Trenk, Lubetkin, Tully, DiPasquale & Webster of West Orange adds Meaghan Tuohey-Kay...
...Scott Carlson of Rutgers Law School-Newark . . . Booker, Rabinowitz, Trenk, Lubetkin, Tully, DiPasquale & Webster of West Orange adds Jarrid Kantor...
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