In an instructive ruling on e-discovery in complex cases, a federal judge in Newark has refused to block an extensive search of a defendant's emails or to saddle the plaintiff with the cost of it
Originally Published: New Jersey Law Journal
...Toys "R" Us and its counsel, Sills Cummis & Gross, were harshly criticized by a state judge last week for...
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
Soon after Maurice Brigham underwent surgery to implant a metal hip replacement, he started suffering from swelling, infection and pain. So he signed up for another surgery — this time, to remo
...J.-based firm on June 16 instituted a policy of raising the gross pay of employees so affected — known as a "gross up...
...Archer, now sixth in the Top 20 rankings, closer to Sills Cummis & Gross, which is fifth at $102.8 million. The...
Irving Picard has cleared a big hurdle. On Thursday, Manhattan federal bankruptcy court Judge Burton Lifland refused to dismiss a $1 billion suit that Picard had filed against the family of the late
...The court also found that the company's lawyers at Sills Cummis & Gross in Newark violated Rule of Professional Conduct 4.4(b...
Reports of their demise, it turns out, were premature. For years, the regional firms that constitute much of the Second Hundred were told that they were exactly the wrong size: too big to compete wit
Concerns about a financial institution's performance and possible failure are historically of cyclical significance
...Spitzer in Woodbridge, N.J., and at Pomerantz Haudek Block Grossman & Gross in New York have been co-counsel for the AMA, doctors and...
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