New Jersey Law Journal
...maintenance workers would enter her small office, hover over her at her desk and sniff her. This occurred about 12 times over the four days...
Verdicts and settlements in New Jersey state and federal courts
A look back at the 10 most important issues affecting environmental law in 2013
...On Oct. 18, in a unanimous decision, the Supreme Court denied the governor's request for a delay and on Oct. 21, New Jersey became...
...directly participate in the development of a technology product (think perhaps help desk staff, network engineers, practice support professionals) but are tangentially involved supporting system...
Daily decision alert
... State Street has specialized in executive branch lobbying, specifically with the governor's office and state agencies. It also has an office...
A driver distracted by a text message has an accident—can the sender of the text be held partly liable for resulting injuries
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