A South Jersey law firm has acquired a boutique workers' compensation practice, it announced Monday.Read More »
Rutgers Law School has named a co-dean for its location in Camden, the university announced Monday.Read More »
Gov. Chris Christie held a news conference at Trinitas Regional Medical Center in Elizabeth on Friday to announce his support for a two-year moratorium on property taxes for previously exempt nonprofit hospitals while an appointed commission studies the issue further.Read More »
NJBIZ is proud to announce New Jersey's most dynamic general counsels and chief legal officers with its list of finalists for the NJBIZ General Counsel of the Year awards for 2016. These professionals each play a crucial role in making their companies successful.Read More »
Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee voted Thursday 9-1-3 in favor of advancing a bill that would allow for a state takeover of Atlantic City’s finances.Read More »
A new world in health care is driving changes to services and products needed, financially and legally, and one law firm is adapting to that shift with a new, all-encompassing unit.Read More »
A divorce affects many more people than just the two who’ve decided to split. While it is an uncertain time for the couple’s children, extended family and friends, it also can be a scary time for a business partner.Read More »
Love might not cost a thing, but divorce is expensive and complicated.
Especially if you co-own a business with your spouse.
As far as Senate President Steve Sweeney is concerned, Gov. Chris Christie's latest pick for a vacant spot on the state Supreme Court is a nonstarter.Read More »
New Jersey voters support a proposed constitutional amendment to require pension payments but don't want to use tax increases or additional budget cuts to help fund them, according to a new Rutgers-Eagleton Poll released Monday.Read More »