Seton Hall University announced that its law school has launched a new master of laws degree in financial services compliance. This new degree will be offered online, although students are also free to take traditional classes at the law school.
Resorts Hotel CEO and President Mark Giannantonio says that an internal study that will soon be released indicates that if New Jersey residents approve the expansion of casino gaming this November through a voter referendum, the economic impact on Atlantic City would be severe and the city could lose three to five more casinos.
Where digital interactions and e-commerce have become increasingly large parts of daily life, many lawyers have seen a new market and began to specialize in this area.
A longtime tenant at Court Plaza North has renewed its lease, office complex owner Alfred Sanzari Enterprises announced recently.
The Assembly Judiciary Committee voted Monday to advance legislation that is being hailed as a “compromise” by some lawmakers on the future of Atlantic City and its finances.
Business travel spending in the U.S. is predicted to grow 3.7 percent by the end of 2016, according to the Global Business Travel Association.
Scarinci Hollenbeck announced Wednesday that the attorneys of Bienstock & Michael LLC, a New Jersey and New York-based intellectual property and entertainment law firm, are joining the firm.
Did you hear the one about the lady who is suing Starbucks because there was too much ice in her iced coffee? Unfortunately, this is not the set-up line for a great joke, but the subject of a pending lawsuit.
Hackensack-based law firm Pashman Stein P.C. has merged with the Roseland-based Walder Hayden P.A., the firm announced Monday.
Go ahead and admit it: Most business owners don't actually track the number of hours their exempt employees work, because they are not eligible for overtime.
And justice for all Board of New Jersey Institute for Social Justice is dedicated to serving the needs of urban residents
Decisions that impact millions of people are more often made across a quiet dinner table for two than an expansive cherry wood conference table.
That's the final count of municipalities that filed tax appeals against not-for-profit hospitals in the state by April 1, according to the New Jersey Hospital Association.