The candidates seeking to be secretary of the New Jersey State Bar Association discussion their leadership skills and vision for the future
Christopher Porrino, the new chief counsel to Gov. Chris Christie, is a rare breed in the administration, having never worked for Christie as a prosecutor
...altered the political makeup of the court by replacing former Justice John Wallace Jr., a Democrat for whom Christie denied tenure in 2010. ...
...in the name of political expediency. Just as Justice James E. Wallace Jr. was denied the opportunity to receive tenure, so was Justice Helen...
...savaged by Democrats out for vengeance for his nonreappointment of Justice John Wallace Jr. in 2010. But Hoens, a moderate Republican, was viewed by court...
A Republican senator is proposing that the New Jersey Senate change its rules to require that nominees to the state Supreme Court get voted on within 90 days
...United Ins. Co., 138 N.J. 437 (1994), and Carter-Wallace v. Admiral Ins. Co., 154 N.J. 312 (1998)....
Is rainmaking enough? When determining attorney compensation, some firms are de-emphasizing origination and using a more balanced approach
An insured must first exhaust the policy limits of solvent carriers before seeking benefits from the Guaranty Association
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