A felon's employer that voluntarily paid restitution to one of his victims does not have standing to appeal the denial of its motion for restitution under the Mandatory Victims Restitution Act
A company that voluntarily reimbursed the victim of its employee's kickback scheme cannot gain restitution, a federal court says
Notice to the bar
Notice to the bar
It's too soon to say whether the recovery cycle has kicked in for New Jersey law firms, but our annual yearbook of new associates shows that after two years of decline, hiring is back on the upswing
...in Morristown adds Michelle Berkey, formerly an associate with Phillips Lytle in New York City, to the firm's real estate group...
Our annual look at the newest leaders at major New Jersey firms shows there's been no skimping on bringing rainmakers aboard
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