Widener University School of Law graduates unable to find jobs in their profession can go forward with a suit charging they were misled about the school's placement success rate
Like water seeking its own level, new partnerships rose this year to 150 — their prerecession average. It was as strong a resurgence as the earlier fall-off was precipitous
A suit against Widener University School of Law has become the first locally venued battle in a campaign of litigation over alleged deliberate fudging of law graduate employment statistics — fa
...David Stone, the Wiatts' lawyer and managing partner of litigation boutique Stone & Magnanini, says that he and his clients consider the opinion "a...
...board. STONE & MAGNANINI The Short Hills firm, representing a N.Y...
The Foreign Trade Antitrust Improvements Act of 1982 imposes a substantive merits limitation rather than a jurisdictional bar on the application of the Sherman Act
A federal judge allows a suit to proceed against Chicago's Winston & Strawn and a former New Jersey partner who allegedly helped steal $2 million from clients
A malpractice suit filed Monday in federal court in Newark alleges that Winston & Strawn and a New Jersey partner aided a $2 million fraud by Kenneth Starr, a financial adviser to the stars who was
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