Stockton University's board of trustees voted Wednesday to sell the former Showboat Hotel Casino property in Atlantic City, though school officials declined to disclose the buyer and sale price until the end of a due diligence period.Read More »
International law firm Reed Smith launched its new financial technology practice group Wednesday, which will include attorneys based out of its Princeton office.Read More »
Overlook Medical Center announced it was donating a supply of naloxone, also known as Narcan, to the Summit Police Department.Read More »
Building block? Campus Town is latest public-private success story, but future of higher-ed program remains in jeopardy
Greg Lentine calls Campus Town a win-win, and it's not hard to see why.Read More »
Judges at the U.S. Third Circuit Court of Appeals in Philadelphia ruled in a 2-to-1 vote Tuesday against the legalization of sports betting in New Jersey, squashing the state's latest of several attempts at doing so and sending proponents back to the drawing board.Read More »
TOP 100 Sills Cummis Gross finds its ‘destination department’ is helping it grow business throughout the state
They could be taking in the view from their office high atop the Legal Center, or they could simply take a few steps outside into the heart of downtown Newark.Read More »
Riker Danzig Scherer Hyland & Perretti LLP is the largest single office tenant in downtown Morristown. So when its lease at Headquarters Plaza came up, there was significant interest to keeping the law firm in town.Read More »
Are billable hours going away? Experts differ, but all agree How we pay for legal services is undergoing a big change
The recession hit the legal industry hard.
Corporations were forced to find ways to cut back on their spending — and weren't afraid to ask to renegotiate payment structures for the services they used.