...of the day answering his client's questions: "Why did I waste my time to attend this session? Why do I have to pay...
The Law Journal's first Lifetime Achievement in Litigation Award will be given next month to an attorney who has spent a good deal of his time and energy on litigation alternatives
A criminal defense lawyer need not give grand jury testimony about text messages exchanged with a client who had bolted from court to avoid arrest
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A state court judge has extended the protections of New Jersey's newspersons' Shield Law to independent bloggers, even those who crusade against perceived government corruption and mismanagement
The Appellate Division held Thursday that judges cannot limit the number of expert witnesses in a medical malpractice trial merely because their testimony is duplicative
...as a half-hearted effort will not only prove to be a waste of time, but will likely cheapen your brand. The more responsive, and...
...the act, nor were the building's structure and contents "solid waste or hazardous waste" under the act. Cedar & Washington...
...that the bill will "combat injustice in federal sentencing and the waste of taxpayer dollars by allowing judges appropriate discretion in sentencing."...
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