...The investors' counsel, Alan Milstein of Sherman, Silverstein, Kohl, Rose & Podolsky, in Moorestown, says the court's treatment of the...
The claims asserted in the adversary complaint are subject to binding arbitration
The trial judge acted within his discretion in revisiting and vacating an interlocutory summary judgment order
Judges are free to go back and revisit their interlocutory rulings without being asked, the state Supreme Court says in upholding a trial judge who had second thoughts about letting out five defendan
It's said that intelligence allows for a change of mind, but a judge who rethought and reversed his own summary judgment ruling after hearing new evidence has caused consternation enough to demand th
The New Jersey Supreme Court has agreed to decide on the ability of one appellate panel to overrule another in the same case and on the reach of individual liability under the Consumer Fraud Act
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