...Meklinsky, partner, Fox Rothschild, Lawrenceville; and Recording Secretary Keith Waldman, partner, Selikoff & Cohen in Mount Laurel. Seton Hall Law Graduates...
A former outside counsel for a bank, convicted of money laundering after being caught in an FBI sting, escapes disbarment and instead is suspended for three years
Investment agreements made by the Division of Investment in private equity funds with money from state employee pension funds are not subject to disclosure under OPRA or the common law
...of Law. Noteworthy Stephen Cohen, a partner with Selikoff & Cohen in Mount Laurel, is elected a fellow...
State Bar Association members talk to the blogosphere talking asbestos, Twitter and the New Jersey Highlands
To the extent provisions in an individual employment contract conflict or are inconsistent with terms in a collectively negotiated agreement, and diminish or interfere with rights provided therein, t
Binding-arbitration provisions in a collectively negotiated agreement (CNA) apply when a nonunion contract employee is discharged, a divided state Supreme Court rules
...of the New Jersey State Bar Association ... Steven Cohen, a partner with Selikoff & Cohen in Mount Laurel, is elected to a...
...over the terms of individual contracts," said Steven Cohen, of Mount Laurel's Selikoff & Cohen. Justice Roberto Rivera-Soto asked...
Where the Court is equally divided, the decision of the Appellate Division, that the nontenured employee's midterm termination under her individual contract was not subject to the parties' collective
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