The law firm of Cullen and Dykman LLP has opened a new full-service office in Newark, it announced Wednesday.Read More »
Connell Foley, one of New Jersey's largest law firms, is moving its headquarters to a new location in Roseland, it announced Monday.Read More »
Employers in New Jersey and every other state headed into the Thanksgiving break without a clear-cut picture as to what the process, if any, will be for complying with the new overtime regulations proposed by the U.S. Department of Labor, after a federal judge in Texas issued a preliminary nationwide injunction on the plan last Tuesday.Read More »
Paul Josephson, a partner with Duane Morris, has been named counsel for Phil Murphy's campaign to become the next governor of New Jersey, NJBIZ has learned.Read More »
Justin Leto and Larry Bassuk were two trial attorneys in Miami when, from experience, they saw a need for a service: litigation insurance.Read More »
On a recent trip to California, Kathleen Boozang, dean of Seton Hall University School of Law, met with an alumnus and had a conversation about the importance of skills learned in law school, such as reading contracts, negotiating deals and spotting potential issues.Read More »
Beyond the law Today’s attorneys find that knowing their field means studying more than its legal element
In the early '90s, Michelle Schaap served as in-house counsel at Wayne-based Toys R Us, where she was handling various important contracts for the toy retailer, such as a contract involving the rights to film a Toys R Us location for a “Toy Story” film.Read More »
Floating a trial balloon Connell Foley lawyers say practice group devoted to courtroom work gives their firm a needed edge
Bob Ryan and Jeff Moryan are seasoned trial lawyers who know how to make a case — inside the courtroom and out of it.Read More »
RVM Enterprises Inc., an e-discovery technical solutions firm, has accepted a 10-year, $8.1 million Grow New Jersey tax incentive from the state Economic Development Authority to move its headquarters from New York City to Jersey City, it announced Tuesday.Read More »
Gov. Chris Christie finally broke his silence Monday on the guilty verdicts handed down Friday to former aides Bridget Anne Kelly and Bill Baroni on all charges tied to their roles in carrying out politically motivated lane closures at the George Washington Bridge in 2013.Read More »
Stephanie Samuels remembers how eager she was to join the police force in the 1980s in Los Angeles.
She was 21 then. The gang unit was growing rapidly, and being a part of the LAPD seemed like fun, she said.
Gov. Chris Christie defended himself Friday in a statement after a federal jury in Newark found former aides Bridget Anne Kelly and Bill Baroni guilty of all charges for their roles in carrying out politically motivated lane closures at the George Washington Bridge in 2013.Read More »