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This New Jersey Law Journal special report focuses on current issues in complex litigation: efficiently dealing with e-discovery, disclosure vs. nondisclosure, Section 804 of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act and the New Jersey Antitrust Act.








How To Keep From Getting Blindsided by E-discovery

If you represent corporate clients in federal court and want to avoid exposing them to sanctions, protect them from the disclosure of privileged and confidential information and save them from unnecessary costs, keep reading.



To Disclose or Not To Disclose

Corporations faced with a government investigation often must make a Hobson’s choice: whether or not to disclose the results of an internal probe.



Knocking at the Courthouse Door

The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 has dramatically changed the landscape of the federal securities laws, and several of its provisions have stirred controversy. One of them is whether Section 804, which extends the statute of limitations for securities fraud actions, revives previously expired claims under the federal securities laws.



N.J. Antitrust Act No Model of Liberality

Narrow judicial review and strict interpretation of the federal antitrust laws has led to a nationwide surge of antitrust litigation, brought under state antitrust statutes perceived as less stringent than their federal counterparts. But don’t count the New Jersey Antitrust Act among that company.

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