...claimed that customers had successfully satisfied mortgages using BIC and that the Treasury Department had assured him BIC was legitimate. He also misrepresented to customers...
Many individuals undoubtedly have sincere religious objections to the Affordable Care Act's contraceptive-coverage requirement. But neither the Religious Freedom Restoration Act nor the First Amendme
...allows recovery in a Superior Court suit against the Department of the Treasury. Thanks to S-1219, a claimant now can...
The district court had jurisdiction under the Tax Equity and Fiscal Responsibility Act to determine whether partnerships' lack of economic substance could justify imposing a valuation-misstatement pe
New Jersey's public employee pension fund administrators acted inequitably in going after a retired octogenarian who had returned to work part-time to help with the state's recovery from a coastal st
...federal prison and attached a copy of a $3,293 U.S. Treasury check payable to him. Melendez’s attorney, Deputy Public...
Now that same-sex couples can marry in N.J., exactly what benefits are available to them
Over the past year, the new requirement to disclose investment activities in Iran has caused difficulties for public owners at all levels of government, as well as for those who seek to bid on their
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