Johnson & Johnson has agreed to ramp up oversight of subsidiaries and to pay up to $10.5 million in attorney fees and costs to settle a shareholders' fraud and misconduct suit
... Plaintiff Keith Miller of Robinson, Wettre & Miller. Defendants Noah Burstein; Saul Bienenfeld; and Tom...
Defendant's video game "Mino" infringes on the copyright and trade dress of plaintiff's video game "Tetris.
A $4 million class action settlement that resolves consumer fraud claims against Philips/Magnavox over overheating plasma and liquid crystal display flat-screen TVs wins final court approval
The terms of the licensing agreements for use of the IZOD Center are not exempt from disclosure under OPRA or the common law
The N.J. Sports and Exposition Authority's bookings of entertainment and social events at the state-owned IZOD Center are government contracts open to public scrutiny, a state appeals court rules in
...Shown, from left: dinner co-chairman Keith Miller '93, a partner at Robinson, Wettre & Miller in Newark; Ione Curva '12, who received...
Two lawyers have been permitted to withdraw as counsel in a patent dispute between elevator giants because their client refused to comply with court-ordered discovery
Swiss jewelers Cartier and Van Cleef & Arpels have won a $37.4 million federal court judgment against a New York supplier of knockoff rings, bracelets and other luxury items — thanks to the def
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