...nbsp; Wambold’s lawyer, Charles Sciarra of Clifton’s Sciarra & Catrambone. In October 2012, Sciarra circulated revised pleadings in Bayliss...
Verdicts and settlements in New Jersey state and federal courts
Vivian Sanks-King, whom the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey ousted as general counsel in 2005 to avoid a criminal prosecution, has no viable discrimination claim, a state appeals c
Two state troopers criminally charged in connection with a high-speed escort they provided to a car-enthusiast club forfeit their positions to resolve their cases
...are resolved. An attorney for Nassry, Charles Sciarra of Sciarra & Catrambone in Clifton, told reporters on Thursday that Nassry had submitted his...
Use of state troopers to escort caravans of automobile-enthusiast clubs on New Jersey highways on two occasions appears to have violated a standing state police policy requiring such actions to be cl
... Henry-Taylor's lawyer, Charles Sciarra, of Sciarra & Catrambone in Clifton, says all he has to do now is...
... In a brief for the troopers, Charles Sciarra, of Sciarra & Catrambone in Clifton, argued that letting the state proceed would allow officials...
The University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey is challenging a judge's booting of its defense counsel, McElroy, Deutsch, Mulvaney & Carpenter, from a whistleblower suit on conflict-of-intere
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