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May 23, 2024 | New Jersey Law Journal

On the Move and After Hours: Riker Danzig; Sills Cummis; Archer; Capehart Scatchard

Riker Danzig adds three attorneys; Archer & Greiner promotes two partners; and more moves.
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May 21, 2024 | Pro Mid Market

Midmarket Roundup: Northeast Firms Seize Opportunities in Florida and California

Sills Cummis & Gross follows in a long line of Northeast firms opening in Florida; Philadelphia sees an influx of midsize law firm entrants; attorneys defending a U.K. tailor couldn't resist sewing-related wordplay following an appellate win; and a Shipman & Goodwin partner will moderate Yale's innovation summit.
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May 08, 2024 | New Jersey Law Journal

'A Little Defense and a Little Offense': Sills Cummis Expands to South Florida

The Newark-based firm's decision to move into South Florida comes as several other midsize firms in the Northeast Corridor have launched or grown offices there in recent months.
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May 03, 2024 | New York Law Journal

Attorneys 'On the Move': Private Funds Lawyer Joins Fried Frank; Sheppard Mullin Adds Healthcare Partner

And other announcements of recent hirings and promotions of New York attorneys.
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Comprehensive Neurosurgical, P.C. v. The Valley Hosp.
Publication Date: 2024-04-29
Practice Area: Contracts
Industry: Health Care
Court: New Jersey Supreme Court
Judge: Justice Fasciale
For plaintiff: Christopher S. Porrino (Lowenstein Sandler, and Wollmuth Maher & Deutsch, attorneys; Christopher S. Porrino, of counsel and on the briefs, and Robert G. Nuse and R. Scott Thompson, on the briefs)
For defendant: Peter G. Verniero (Sills Cummis & Gross, attorneys; Peter G. Verniero, Joseph B. Fiorenzo, and Stephen M. Klein, of counsel and on the briefs, and James M. Hirschhorn and Michael S. Carucci, on the briefs)
Case number: A-52-22 (087469)

Verdict Vacated Where Trial Court Failed to Correctly Instruct Jury on the Scope of the Implied Covenant of Good Faith/Fair Dealing

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April 18, 2024 | New Jersey Law Journal

5-2 High Court Majority: County Prosecutor Organization Not Required to Turn Over Records to ACLU

"Although I wish the dissent's reasoning had prevailed, what seems clear is that when CPANJ's records are in the hands of a prosecutor or other public agency, they can likely still be obtained that way," CJ Griffin, director of the Justice Gary S. Stein Public Interest Center at Pashman Stein Walder Hayden, said in a statement emailed to the Law Journal. "It will just take much more time and effort to track down which of the 21 prosecutor offices holds a particular document."
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April 17, 2024 | New Jersey Law Journal

Town to Pay $5.5M to Developer After Mayor Blocks Corporate Headquarters Project

"At the outset of the trial, the town announced that there would be no settlement, calling it a 'no pay' case," said Joseph Fiorenzo, attorney for The Silverman Group.
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April 16, 2024 | New Jersey Law Journal

New Jersey Supreme Court Vacates $24.3M Jury Award to Neurosurgeons Over Incorrect Jury Charge

"The trial judge failed to instruct the jury that the only underlying contract to which the implied covenant could attach to had to be one beyond the rights afforded by Valley's medical staff bylaws," Justice Douglas M. Fasciale said. "Adding to the significant uncertainty created by the jury charge and verdict sheet are the improper admission into evidence of the privileged emails and the improper remarks by plaintiffs' attorney."
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Robey v. SPARC Group LLC
Publication Date: 2024-04-08
Practice Area: Consumer Protection
Industry: Retail
Court: New Jersey Supreme Court
Judge: Justice Solomon
For plaintiff: Michael D. Meuti (Benesch, Friedlander, Coplan & Aronoff) of the Ohio, California, and District of Columbia bars, admitted pro hac vice (Sills Cummis & Gross, and Benesch, Friedlander, Coplan & Aronoff, attorneys; Jeffrey J. Greenbaum, Charles J. Falletta, Michael S. Carucci, Michael D. Meuti, Stephanie A. Sheridan and Meegan B. Brooks (Benesch, Friedlander, Coplan & Aronoff) of the California bar, admitted pro hac vice, of counsel and on the briefs)
For defendant: Stephen P. DeNittis (DeNittis Osefchen Prince, attorneys; Stephen P. DeNittis, Joseph A. Osefchen, and Shane T. Prince, on the brief)
Case number: A-50-22 (087981)

No Ascertainable Loss After Purchasing and Receiving Conforming Goods Based on Allegedly Illusory Discount

March 27, 2024 | National Law Journal

NJ High Court Weighs Whether Former Rebbe's Defamation Claim Barred by Ministerial Exception

"I urge the court, there are a myriad of cases cited here, to please follow the verbs," said Richard I. Scharlat, the plaintiff's lawyer. "All the verbs talk about selection, appointment, the right to hire and fire. The verbs really do not extend to a defamatory statement post employment."
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