...It found "an extraordinary need for a program of this type" and said the "state's law schools, as well as...
Notice to the bar
...practice of medicine, suggests that e-health, and hence e-malpractice, would cover medical professional errors related to any health services and information delivered or...
The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act does not protect lawyers for debts they incur in their practice, a New Jersey appeals court has ruled in a case of first impression in the state
Since Superstorm Sandy, many state and local government initiatives have been proposed to help property and business owners recover under their insurance policies. Unfortunately, none of these progra
...if you have the two biggest states in terms of lawyers, that covers a lot of ground as far as new attorneys in this country...
Notice to the bar
An argument for a close examination of the legislative history behind Section 12(l) of the N.J. Law Against Discrimination, and relevant case law, to see whether Section 12(l) was truly intended to c
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