Summer hiring at New Jersey firms fell off in 2013, exhibiting no signs of a rebound from the stagnancy of the last four years
... Libertys attorney, Dominick Bratti of Wilentz, Goldman & Spitzer in Woodbridge, told the court that the issue was not one...
...Cindy Draper, Bressler, Amery & Ross, Florham Park; Amy Adams, Wilentz, Goldman & Spitzer, Woodbridge; Marcia Jeffers and Amy Davis, Sills Cummis, Newark; Mary Che...
A New Jersey law firm won't have to turn over documents to the government for use in a tax case over $77 million in capital losses claimed by a client
...20 Wilentz, Goldman & Spitzer, Woodbridge 168.7...
A spike in issues by New Jersey government entities helped McCarter & English leap to No. 5 nationwide in bond counsel rankings for the first quarter of 2013, up from 47th place in the same quarter l
The state Supreme Court is considering how far New Jersey's whistleblower law can reach when an employee alleges retaliation for complaining about conduct that might have violated company policy but
A lawyer who helped a business client attempt to acquire an ailing widow's multimillion-dollar estate was suspended for three years on Wednesday, the day after he asked the state Supreme Court at a h
A federal judge insured by Aetna has taken himself off about a dozen class action suits against the carrier
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