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...the Grand Canyon, Malibu, Disney World, Half Moon Bay and Vail...Ponzi scheme and to bad real estate investments. The trips ended...
...issued a game-changer of a decision, portending large doctrinal and real-world reverberations. On its face, Wos v. E.M...
States are considering whether to follow New York's lead in making pro bono a requirement for new attorneys
When the individual claim of the lead plaintiff in a Fair Labor Standards Act collective action becomes moot before class certification, so too do those of the class, the U.S. Supreme Court rules, re
The candidates seeking to become secretary of the New Jersey State Bar Association talk about their leadership qualities
A task force set up by Gov. Chris Christie after last December's mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School recommends moderate changes to New Jersey's gun laws, restriction of sales of violent vi
A recently denied petition for certiorari from a case originating in N.J. questioned the current method for determining the patentability of molecules. Obviousness had previously been found where the
...the attention of the legal world recently, but several in-house...Alex Simpson, general counsel at Reis, a New York-based commercial...
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