...that reversed the decision of the Workers' Compensation Judge (WCJ) granting claimant's: 1) petition to set aside the final receipt filed by employer Ajax...
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...worked on five deals since September for companies that have filed their S-1 registration with the Securities and Exchange Commission, beginning the official steps...
...judge's decision to slash by two-thirds a jury's $1.5 million punitive damage award against a hospital held liable for...
The Women's Law Caucus at Rutgers School of Law-Camden is scheduled to present the Mary Philbrook Public Interest Award at 6 p.m. October 3 to Virginia Long, a former associate justice of the New Jer
While Carnegie Mellon University presented three competent experts on damages during the jury trial that granted it a billion-dollar verdict in its patent suit against Marvell Technology Group, two o
...on an underlying medical malpractice jury verdict that exceeded the MCARE Fund's $1 million coverage limit. This court explained the General Assembly...
In last month's column, I examined the six cases that reached the U.S. Supreme Court directly from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit in the 2012-13 term
Law schools in and around New Jersey are getting a lesson in the new reality of a much-diminished demand for legal education
Originally Published: New Jersey Law Journal
Earlier this month, in Interfaith Community Organization v. Honeywell International, No. 11-3813 (3d Cir. July 8, 2013), the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit decided that a defendant in a
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