Lawyers come out in force at a legislative hearing to oppose a bill that would abolish permanent alimony and make other drastic changes to New Jersey law on spousal support
Attorneys who prosecuted shareholder-derivative litigation against Johnson & Johnson are awarded $5.38 million in fees—$1.1 million less than sought
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New Jersey Law Journal
...passive when it comes to setting its agenda, victims of the random nature of the cases that come in. Some of November's opinions...
New Jersey Law Journal
...asked several questions about whether Congress has been fully informed about the nature or extent of the data collection and he cited a brief filed...
Is rainmaking enough? When determining attorney compensation, some firms are de-emphasizing origination and using a more balanced approach
When performing a vapor intrusion investigation (if contamination from groundwater migrates into indoor spaces), a good relationsihp with the local community is a critical asset
Plaintiff's federal securities class action was properly dismissed for failure to satisfy the heightened scienter pleading standard of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act
...tailored procedures for handling indemnified claims with respect to environmental matters. The nature, extent and timing of postclosing clean-up can directly affect present and...
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