A long list of mergers starting in the late 1970s but picking up steam in the past decade, has propelled Reed Smith into the upper echelon of law firms. A full–service firm, it is best known, perhaps, for product liability work: Reed Smith represents nearly all of the top players in the medical...
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...Robert Jaworski, a partner in the Financial Industry Group at Reed Smith in Princeton, is inducted as a fellow of the American College...
...lawyer Pittsburg firm Thorp Reed & Armstrong. Sibling publication The Legal Intelligencer...
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A defamation claim against Merck and its in-house counsel can't proceed because it rested on a letter stating the lawyer's opinion, which is not capable of being defamatory, a federal judge says
Verdicts and settlements in New Jersey state and federal courts
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
A homeowner fighting foreclosure can raise the defense that Wells Fargo Bank did not act in good faith in handling her mortgage-modification request
In a case of first impression, a federal appeals court vacates a $35.5 million antitrust settlement involving baby product manufacturers because $18.5 million of the total was allocated as cy pres di
...and Commercial Disputes, and Mass Tort and Product Liability practice groups ... Reed Smith in Princeton promotes associate John McDonald, who practices in...
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