Concertgoers who paid extra fees at the PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel, N.J., will get up to $38 million in free and reduced admission under a settlement given preliminary approval
New Jersey is one of 42 states that fall short in their financial disclosure requirements for high-court judges, a Washington, D.C., good-government organization reports
If a lawyer wishes to bring a discrimination suit against her employer, the question of whether or not she is a "partner" makes all the difference
...management, or to technology, or to a variety of other topics that lawyers either don't want to or don't think they should know...
A Continental Airlines flight attendant can proceed with his suit that anti-gay bias led his bosses to find his "buzz" hairstyle too extreme and to subject him to a mandatory preflight haircut
...of the 20th century. In 1935, by then a prominent lawyer, Vanderbilt began to research Mansfield's life and work, with the aim...
...is a "gaping hole" in the criminal code, Russell DePersia, a Camden lawyer who is pushing for the bill, testified during the Senate Law and...
...division managers, and grievances to the Office of Attorney Ethics against any lawyers involved. "They just started hitting us with all kinds of...
New Jersey Law Journal
In a decision that may make it easier for plaintiffs to survive summary judgment with their sexual harassment retaliation claims, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit has reversed a trial
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