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Citizens United's general counsel argued at the Second Circuit today that Attorney General Eric Schneiderman's policy that all charities soliciting donations in New York submit forms listing all donors is unconstitutional, but he panel appeared skeptical of the group's contention that Schneiderman acted outside of the bounds of his…
08.22 / 06:18
njlawjournal.com
Joining a crowd of positive reports on law firms’ first half financial performance, Wells Fargo Private Bank said Tuesday that the first half of 2017 was a surprising financial success for law firms, largely thanks to the performance of the largest and most profitable among t…
08.22 / 06:18
njlawjournal.com
Recent events in Charlottesville and the White House response have put the nation on edge and compelled leaders of U.S. businesses and law firms to speak out. The New York Times wrote last week that we’re witnessing a “broad recasting of the voice of business in the nation’s political and social dialo…
08.22 / 06:18
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TRENTON >> On the heels of a shooting at the Donnelly Homes housing complex Monday night, a city cop exchanged gunfire with suspects who remain on the run. Neither the officer nor the suspects were hit during the shootout, but a gunshot victim from the initial shooting later walked into the…
08.22 / 04:46
www.trentonian.com
Police arrested a man wanted for allegedly stealing multiple tools from an East 7th Street wielding shop with help from the public, according to police director Jerry Speziale. Rafael Lopez was arrested Friday at 6:50 a.m. in the corner of Main and De Grasse streets, according to police. Three days earlier, police publicized his…
08.22 / 03:45
patersontimes.com
Ocean City will receive more than $1 million in state funding for a major dredging project to clear out sediment-choked lagoons along the back bays. At its meeting Tuesday, City Council is scheduled to approve the funding agreement with the New Jersey Department of Transportation’s Office of Maritime Resources for the dredging of the Carnival Bayou lagoon. Council is holding its meeting at 6 p.m. Tuesday, instead of its normal schedule of 7 p.m. Thursday... The post Council to Consider D…
08.22 / 03:01
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Union County Prosecutor Grace H. Park said investigators are requesting assistance from the public in locating a man wanted for the aggravated sexual assault of a child.  Walter Sosa, 33, a registered sex offender in Somerset County, is charged with… Read more → The post Public asked to help police locate child sex assault suspect appeared first on …
08.22 / 03:00
njtoday.net
30 full time and four half time paraprofessional were recalled to the…
08.22 / 02:56
baristanet.com
ATLANTIC CITY — Pilots began arriving Monday for the start of the 2017 Atlantic City Airshow, bringing with them dozens of different aircraft scheduled to buzz over the beach and Boardwalk during the next two d…
The Garden State is known for many things. Unfortunately, soft corruption — legal influence peddling — is one of the…
08.22 / 02:00
njspotlight.com
Eric Gregory put on his special glasses to witness the solar eclipse in the heavens, something that was happening all around him in downtown Princeton and around the country…
08.22 / 01:43
centraljersey.com
Part 110 of 121 in the series Nanny State of the Week Restrictive rules being proposed for five lakes in New Jersey, including the largest body of freshwater in the state, could have a huge impact on tourism and summer fun. Some of the proposals come at the request of lakefront residents who claim their properties …
08.21 / 23:56
oklahoma.watchdog.org
When Carole King wrote “winter, spring summer or fall, all you’ve got to do is call,” this can’t be what she had in mind. But the plethora of examples of the overweening regulatory state makes clear that no matter the season, bureaucrats and neighborhood nannies who want to run your life are always on the [……
08.21 / 23:56
oklahoma.watchdog.org
Summer flounder look as if they are heading for a "wow"…
TRENTON >> City Police Director Ernest Parrey Jr. appeared to be reliving his glory days as a cop.But Trenton's top law enforcement official overstepped his authority by illegally pulling over a vehicle on June 22, video shows that was obtained by The Trentonian through a public records…
08.21 / 23:38
www.trentonian.com
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit has overturned the dismissal of two antitrust suits over "reverse settlements" in which patent holders sought to delay the sale of generic versions of blockbuster…
08.21 / 23:11
njlawjournal.com
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08.21 / 23:05
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Michael Dotro has pleaded guilty to attempted murder, arson and other…
08.21 / 23:01
mycentraljersey.com
'The Great American Eclipse' inspires Girl…
08.21 / 23:01
mycentraljersey.com
Resolution 231-17 at the August 17th Mayor & Council meeting appointed Neglia Engineering to conduct an Area In Need Of Redevelopment Investigation of Hunter Building Supply, located next to the little league fields at 140 West Webster Avenue. The contract amount in the resolution is $10,500. This resolution is the complement to July’s Resolution 184-17…
08.21 / 22:57
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