On a Wednesday night in mid-November, 3,000 Rutgers University freshmen, full of anticipation to register online for spring classes, took to the university's website to get the best of the school's first-come, first-served policy.Read More »
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The merger of international law firms Edwards Wildman Palmer LLP, which has an office in Morristown, and Locke Lord LLP will be effective Jan. 10, the two firms said Monday.Read More »
U.S. District Judge Michael Shipp heard nearly two hours of oral arguments last Thursday in what was the latest chapter of New Jersey's ongoing efforts to bring sports betting to the state.Read More »
Two name partners at Genova Burns Giantomasi Webster are leaving to create a new law firm.Read More »
A Mahwah-based medical device manufacturer will pay more than $1 billion over faulty hip implants, according to published reports.Read More »
Law firm acquisitions are often larger firms gobbling up smaller ones to add to the big firm's list of practices.
That's not always the case.
Law firms are on the rise again in Newark. It's a story not unlike that of its tallest skyscraper.Read More »
There was a four-week span in the fall in which New Jersey saw law firm acquisitions at the rate of one each week. This followed two significant acquisitions earlier in the year.Read More »
TruPlan, the multiple-employer health plan launched in 2013 and sponsored by Meadowlands Hospital Medical Center in Secaucus, will wind down operations by year's end after failing to attract enough members beyond its core group of hospital employees to put it on a financially sustainable footing.Read More »
Today, billions of dollars in sales may hinge on arriving at the patent office just an hour before your competitor.
Just ask Richard Gearhart.