Leading M&A transactions with the target or acquirer based in N.J. in 2013
N.J.S.A. 34:8B-1, barring employers from publishing ads stating that job applicants must be currently employed for their applications to be accepted, does not improperly infringe on the right to free
New Jersey Law Journal
...are discussed. Saint Louis University School of Law professor Jeffrey Lewis, chairman of the ABA committee examining the standards, took the occasion to...
Litigation over the 2012 derailment and toxic spill in southern New Jersey will stay in federal court now that an attempt to remand to state court has failed
...New York. Health Net attorney Jay Calvert Jr. of Morgan Lewis & Bockius in Philadelphia could not be reached for comment....
...eventually reached the Supreme Court and produced the seminal ruling in Lewis v. Harris, 188 N.J. 415 (2006), that homosexual couples must...
A look back at the cases that paved the way for same-sex marriage in California and New Jersey
...call. Neither did defense lawyers Brett Anders and James McDonnell of Jackson Lewis in Morristown. Il Mulino also has restaurants in New York...
The "arbitrary, capricious and unreasonable" standard of review is applicable to the Commissioner of Education's grant or denial of an application for a charter school
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