...office. Counsel Shain, Schaffer & Rafanello in Bernardsville brings on board Douglas Singleterry,previously...
The 51 percent test in N.J.S.A. 54:4-1 is to be performed annually as of the assessment date; 54:4-1 comports with federal and state guarantees of equal protection, does not constitute special legisl
An appeals court affirms a foreclosure order, finding the bank's former attorneys did not have a duty to record an order that vacated a prior sheriff's sale, which the homeowner said hampered his abi
...welcomes Elda Beylerian Feldman, previously senior counsel at Shain Schaffer & Rafanello in Bernardsville ... Ralph Dengler, previously with Fitzpatrick, Cella...
The municipality must conduct a complete revaluation of real property in Monroe Township
...Xiaosong "Larry" Li, previously an associate with Shain, Schaffer & Rafanello in Bernardsville. Firm Name Change The...
The Rules of Professional Conduct are not violated by the employer's retention and payment of attorneys to represent its employees who are potential witnesses against it in a grand jury inquiry of it
Companies under criminal investigation may — subject to conditions — retain counsel for their employees who are also targets or who may become witnesses, the New Jersey Supreme Court rule
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