By John A. Zurzola | September 21, 2023
Child support past 18 is usually seen in cases where the child has special needs or is disabled. Apart from cases where obvious or profound disabilities can be seen to exist, the issue of a child's disability can be tricky and will depend on the facts or disability indicators that have already been established.
By Jason Romanosky and Shawn Lehocky | September 21, 2023
Firms that don't prioritize client service will not be seen as innovators or thought leaders. Too many clients and too many referral sources will know that those firms do not walk the client service walk.
By Jules Epstein | September 21, 2023
Even when AI and ChatGPT are not used, completeness is the rule. Failure to follow it is easily caught and highlighted by your opponent, and the resulting fallout is just too damaging and too damning.
By James Francis | September 21, 2023
These two recent federal appellate FCRA decisions are 2023 must-reads for anyone in the fair credit reporting litigation space, and will likely play out for many years.
By Matthew B. Weisberg | September 21, 2023
A wrongful use of civil proceeding action is the grossly neglectful or probable cause lacking initiation or continuation of an action (often referred to as a "Dragonetti" claim).
By Stacy West Clark | September 20, 2023
I help lawyers get new clients. After years of practicing law and decades of counseling scores of lawyers on business development, I do know what works; plus I am a client of several law firms myself. So, I have actually sat in both chairs. I know what I look for as a client.
By Katayun I. Jaffari and Paul D. Hallgren | September 20, 2023
The new disclosure rule, referred to as "pay versus performance" added a wrinkle for companies in advance of the 2023 proxy season. A year has passed since the new disclosure rule was adopted. It is time to take a look back at the first foray into pay versus performance disclosures with an eye to considerations for disclosures in the coming year.
By The Young Lawyer Editorial Board | September 20, 2023
You will not always find the perfect fit on the first try. It may take several tries before you find a place where you feel happy.
By Mark Hinderks | September 20, 2023
Rule 4.4(b) provides that upon receipt of a document or electronically stored information (ESI) relating to the representation of the lawyer's client that the lawyer knows or reasonably should know was inadvertently sent, the lawyer must promptly notify the sender, leaving what happens next to law outside the Model Rules. i.e., there is no requirement in the rule that the receiving lawyer cease reading the document or abide by any instructions of the sender.
By Rebecca Glenn-Dinwoodie | September 19, 2023
Thorough contracts must address the multiple variables in animal breeding in order to avoid disputes.
Presented by BigVoodoo
Celebrating professional excellence in law in Connecticut, Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Rhode Island.
Join General Counsel and Senior Legal Leaders at the Premier Forum Designed For and by General Counsel from Fortune 1000 Companies
New Jersey Law Journal honors lawyers leaving a mark on the legal community in New Jersey with their dedication to the profession.
CSE - Special Education Unit Attorney (Level 3) 12309AMENDED Position Summary: Under the supervision of the Director of the Special Educa...
Administrative Trials Attorney (Level 3) - 14405AMENDED Position Summary: Under the direction of the Director of the Administrative Trials ...
CSE - Special Education Unit Attorney (Level 3) 14901AMENDED Position Summary: Under the supervision of the Special Education Appeals Uni...
Riker Danzig deeply mourns the passing of our esteemed partner, dear friend and beloved colleague, Marc D'Angiolillo.
IN MEMORIAM OUR FRIEND, MENTOR, AND COLLEAGUE It is with profound sadness that we announce the passing of our partner, friend, mentor, and colleague Bruce I. Goldstein, on September 2, 2023. The prominent New Jersey trial attorney was 80. In a legal career spanning more than five decades, Bruce was regarded as one of the most talented and sought after litigators in New Jersey. His love for the legal profession was contagious. Bruce will be greatly missed, as will his signature greeting, How you be? and the outsized smile that accompanied it.