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...Two weeks after Rutgers University retained Cahill Gordon & Reindel to investigate the handling of issues leading to the dismissal...
...Rutgers University has announced the retainer of Cahill Gordon & Reindel to investigate the events leading up to the firing of...
...S&P attorney Floyd Abrams, of New York's Cahill Gordon & Reindel, wrote in a March 8 motion. "These...
The past year saw a continued resurgence in new partners at New Jersey firms, which, if not quite as robust as the year before, still held its own as an indicator that the firms are sanguine about ex
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...BASF Corporation and its former lawyers at Cahill Gordon & Reindel won a resounding victory on Wednesday as a federal judge...
Gov. Chris Christie announces the nominations of two candidates for the state Supreme Court: Monmouth County judge David Bauman and Board of Public Utilities president Robert Hanna
Gov. Chris Christie says he's nearly ready to make new nominations to fill two state Supreme Court vacancies, one of which has persisted for more than two years
Lawyers across the Northeast scrambled as Sandy stormed ashore, causing flooding from North Carolina to New England. Courts, law schools and firms closed their doors. In New York City, with public tr
Originally Published: National Law Journal
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