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
...the Cherry Hill office. Schroeder was previously an associate at Saiber Schlesinger Satz & Goldstein. Speakers Daniel J...
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
...Weinroth, Newark's Sills Cummis Epstein & Gross and Newark's Saiber Schlesinger Satz & Goldstein - seem content to leave it that way, at least at...
The latest chapter in the demise of MIIX Insurance Co., once New Jersey's largest medical malpractice insurer, has plaintiffs' lawyers in a quandary
...calls himself instead of through a secretary, said Maderer, of Saiber Schlesinger Satz & Goldstein. "I think Judge Bissell's secret is he...
Federal judges in New Jersey are considering a rule change that would foster dispensability of oral arguments in civil cases, and some practitioners aren't happy about it
A Mercer County judge Sept. 28 placed the ailing MIIX Insurance Co., once New Jersey's biggest medical malpractice insurer and one of the largest nationally, into state rehabilitation
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