A federal judge in Camden dismisses a putative class action accusing Fidelity of charging excessive fees to 401(k) plan participants in divorces
Originally Published: New Jersey Law Journal
Former New Jersey Attorney General Paula Dow, up for a Burlington County, N.J., judgeship, probably will face questions at her confirmation hearing about a whistleblower suit against her
A Mercer County, N.J., judge has admitted breaching judicial ethics and policies by sending romantic e-mails to his former law clerk via his judiciary e-mail account and by using his judicial office
In a case of first impression, a New Jersey appeals court on Wednesday denied a defense request for an autopsy of an asbestos-exposure plaintiff who died two days before trial
Despite defense arguments that the damages were caused by an act of God, a class-action suit by property owners downstream of 22 Rancocas Creek dams that allegedly failed in a fierce 2004 storm is sl
A New Jersey judge facing a Supreme Court hearing on charges he made inappropriate comments to jurors and about other judges is asking that two members of the court recuse themselves due to alleged b
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