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  1. Ethics Case Against Mazie Slater Lawyers, Brought by Ex-Partner, Dismissed

    09.21 / 23:22 njlawjournal.com Njlawjournal.com - New Jersey (NJ)
    An ethics case stemming from the long-running feud between onetime law firm colleagues, lodged two years ago against two name partners from Mazie Slater Katz & Freeman, has reached its…
  2. Ethics Case Against Mazie Slater Lawyers, Brought by Ex-Partner, Won't Proceed

    09.21 / 22:17 njlawjournal.com Njlawjournal.com - New Jersey (NJ)
    An ethics case stemming from the long-running feud between onetime law firm colleagues, lodged two years ago against two name partners from Mazie Slater Katz & Freeman, has reached its…
  3. Watershed Seeks to Compel Examination of Law Firm's Electronic Devices

    09.21 / 21:23 njlawjournal.com Njlawjournal.com - New Jersey (NJ)
    The Newark Watershed Conservation & Development Corp. is seeking permission to examine electronic devices belonging to the law firm of Trenk, DiPasquale, Della Fera &…
  4. State v. Forchion

    09.21 / 19:27 njlawjournal.com Njlawjournal.com - New Jersey (NJ)
    Time to Resolve Pretrial Motions Filed by Defendant or Counsel Excludable from Speedy Trial Period Calculation under…
  5. Sauter v. Colts Neck Volunteer Fire Co. No. 2

    09.21 / 19:27 njlawjournal.com Njlawjournal.com - New Jersey (NJ)
    CEPA Did Not Apply to Member of Volunteer Firefighting Company Because He Did Not Stand in True Employer-Employee…
  6. The Palisades at Ft. Lee Condo. Ass'n, Inc. v. 100 Old Palisade, LLC

    09.21 / 19:27 njlawjournal.com Njlawjournal.com - New Jersey (NJ)
    Accrual of Construction-Defect Claim Applied Equally to Original Owner as to All Subsequent Owners and Did Not Reset Upon…
  7. U.S. v. Poulson

    09.21 / 19:27 njlawjournal.com Njlawjournal.com - New Jersey (NJ)
    District Court Erred in Imposing Occupational Restriction for Term Longer Than Statutory Maximum for Supervised…
  8. 3rd Circuit Defines 'Willful' FLSA Violation, OKs 67 Percent Fee Slash

    09.21 / 19:27 njlawjournal.com Njlawjournal.com - New Jersey (NJ)
    A federal appeals court has ruled that although Lackawanna County failed to pay overtime to some of its employees, it did not show a "willfulness" to violate the Fair Labor Standards…
  9. Amid Leadership Change, NJ Still 'Strategic' Market for Duane Morris

    09.21 / 17:33 njlawjournal.com Njlawjournal.com - New Jersey (NJ)
    Duane Morris, gearing up for its first leadership change in a decade, might be best remembered for venturing into international markets during outgoing chairman and CEO John Soroko's tenure, but the firm also broke into South…
  10. Justices: Condo Association Can't Reset Clock on Construction Defect Claim

    09.14 / 21:25 njlawjournal.com Njlawjournal.com - New Jersey (NJ)
    The New Jersey Supreme Court ruled Thursday that a condominium association can't restart the clock on the six-year statute of limitations for construction defects after acquiring a former rental…
  11. Judge Probes Ethicon's Pa. Connections in Pelvic Mesh Mass Tort

    09.14 / 18:06 njlawjournal.com Njlawjournal.com - New Jersey (NJ)
    The judge overseeing pelvic mesh mass tort litigation said the New Jersey-based defendant may have had a "strong" relationship with a Pennsylvania mesh-manufacturer, but he questioned whether that relationship would be enough to allow the Keystone State to retain jurisdiction over 90 pelvic mesh cases involving out-of-state…
  12. Lawyers Begin Move to Corral Equifax Class Suits Into MDL

    09.14 / 18:06 njlawjournal.com Njlawjournal.com - New Jersey (NJ)
    Lawyers suing over the Equifax data breach have turned to the Fair Credit Reporting Act--a statute the credit reporting agency has lobbied over--to bring class actions on behalf of 143 million potential…