...Rules of Professional Conduct 3.3(a)(1), knowingly making a false statement to a tribunal; 3.3(a)(4), knowingly offering false evidence; 8...
A federal court ruling recently affirmed by the U.S. Supreme Court favors an expansive interpretation of 'art' at the expense of the copyright holder
... Perhaps his most important words were uttered during his closing statement at the end of his 1962 trial: "During my lifetime I...
New Jersey Law Journal
In the wake of recent support-staff reductions at Duane Morris, K&L Gates and other large firms, consultants and recruiters said more of these types of cuts are expected as firms seek to increase pro
...months for violating RPC 3.3(a)(1) (knowingly making a false statement of material fact of law to a tribunal), RPC 3.3(a...
...J.S.A. 34:13A-16.7, we assume that, absent any statement to the contrary, the arbitrator used the term “base salary&rdquo...
Litigants in employment cases should make the most of mandatory nonbinding mediation. It can work, when properly utilized
Plaintiffs must pay a 1.5% health benefit contribution based on their base pensionable salary
A judge has blocked a New Jersey school board?s attempt to subpoena Google for the identity of an anonymous online critic suspected of making public proprietary standardized test materials
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