...Laurel, an outside lawyer for Longport, and David Sufrin, of Zucker Steinberg Sonstein & Wixted in Camden, representing three private individuals sued by O'Boyle...
...Argentieri, of Parker McCay in Mount Laurel, and Sufrin, of Zucker Steinberg Sonstein & Wixted in Camden. Argentieri represents Longport in litigation by...
The family of the victims of stabbings at a Linwood retirement community, having recovered more than $1 million from the assailant, is now proceeding against the city and its police chief, alleging t
Personal characteristics of a defendant may be considered as applicable to a downgraded sentence pursuant to the interest-of-justice prong of N.J.S.A. 2C:44-1f(2) only if they relate to the offense i
...who had been represented previously by Steinberg's firm, Sufrin, Zucker, Steinberg, Sonstein & Wixted of Camden. The state unsuccessfully sought to disqualify the firm...
Where defendant was found guilty by a judge of the lesser included disorderly persons offense of simple assault after a jury had acquitted him on the indictable offenses and had been excused as deadl
Neither the New Jersey Antitrust Act nor the New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act provides a cause of action to the putative class plaintiff, an indirect, pass-through purchaser of Goodyear tires, against c
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