Read the results of the Law Journal's annual rating of top law departments in New Jersey. This year's top honors go to DSM North America (In-House Legal Work), Bristol-Myers Squibb (Outside Counsel M
in coming years, analysts of legal data will gravitate toward more use of the three types of charts discussed in this article: heat maps, mosaics and box plots. Heat maps use color gradients to tell
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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
...general in 17 states before a single federal judge. The ratings agency and its parent corporation, McGraw-Hill Cos. Inc., are seeking to...
A task force set up by Gov. Chris Christie after last December's mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School recommends moderate changes to New Jersey's gun laws, restriction of sales of violent vi
...occupancy rates, appraisal processes, loan-to-value ratios, assignments to trusts, credit ratings, risk and other factors. Wigenton pointed out that Prudential provided...
The results of the Law Journal's first venture into rating law firm litigation departments for excellence. Awards are given in general, commercial...
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