An orthopedic surgeon who was suspended by a professional organization after the law firm that hired him as an expert witness used what he claimed was an unfinished expert report during a settlement
An expert witness has the right to sue the lawyer who hired him, a federal judge has ruled, on a theory that the lawyer's alleged decision to "white out" the words "draft report" on the expert's prel
Rejecting a recommendation of disbarment, the New Jersey Supreme Court on Thursday suspended veteran litigator David Gross for three months for not telling his law firm partners about a $50,000 bonus
Union County, N.J., Superior Court Judge William Wertheimer was charged Tuesday with violating ethics canons by creating the impression of religious and ethnic bias when he made a remark in court abo
...decision was a painful defeat for the Gunvalsons and their counsel at Saiber in New Jersey (home state of the drug company in the case...
Forged opinion letters, purported to be from a prominent New Jersey lawyer, are at the center of $7 million loan fraud case in federal court in Newark
The political spoils system took another hit last week when a federal appeals court ruled that government workers can sue over being ousted from their jobs by a new administration even if they are no
...resident in the Cherry Hill office. Schroeder was previously an associate at Saiber Schlesinger Satz & Goldstein. Speakers Daniel...
With the abrupt ending of mass-tort litigation over the diet drugs known as Fen-Phen, New Jersey firm Porzio Bromberg & Newman last week laid off 53 people, including 16 lawyers and 21 paralegals
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