The candidates seeking to be secretary of the New Jersey State Bar Association discussion their leadership skills and vision for the future
A law firm that fell victim to a scam by a purported overseas client can't pursue federal wire fraud and RICO claims against its attorney trust depository, Bank of America, a judge says
...client or third person), RPC 3.3(a) (knowingly making a false statement of material fact to a tribunal), RPC 5.5(a) (practicing law...
A round-up of action from Trenton in the final days of the lame duck session
...has drawn a six-month suspension, in part because of his false statements to and refusal to cooperate with ethics investigators. The New...
A remand for resentencing is required where the trial court did not adequately explain its findings as to the aggravating factors or its balancing of the aggravating and mitigating factors
Conflicting wording in Raymour & Flanigan's employee handbook has led a federal judge to refuse to enforce a provision calling for arbitration of workplace disputes
A New Jersey bill that would ban pregnancy discrimination in the workplace and elsewhere wins final legislative approval
...her clients in a real estate transaction, and attached an altered bank statement to support her false claim. In the second, she was...
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