New Jersey's mergers-and-acquisitions market told a familiar tale in 2013: another year that began with optimism and ended with stagnation
...court followed the recommendation of its Disciplinary Review Board, based on a history of recalcitrance that twice got Gross temporarily suspended: once in 2011 and...
A remand for resentencing is required where the trial court did not adequately explain its findings as to the aggravating factors or its balancing of the aggravating and mitigating factors
...A New Jersey lawyer with a history of license suspension is facing another one, this time for neglecting to...
Verdicts and settlements in New Jersey state and federal courts
New Jersey Law Journal
After a lengthy legal fight, the Supreme Court cleared a path Thursday for Sergio Garcia's admission to the State Bar
To place a proposed question on a nonbinding local referendum on the ballot, a municipality must comply with the deadlines in both N.J.S.A. 19:37-1 and 19:37-2
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