Christie N.J. filing lawsuit against Atlantic City over school district payments
Gov. Chris Christie held a news conference Monday to announce that the state has filed a lawsuit against Atlantic City in an effort to mandate that the financially depleted city uses its remaining funds to make a series of upcoming scheduled payments to its school district.
South Jersey law firm expands through acquisition
A South Jersey law firm has acquired a boutique workers' compensation practice, it announced Monday.
Rutgers Law School names co-dean for Camden location
Rutgers Law School has named a co-dean for its location in Camden, the university announced Monday.
Christie calls for 2-year freeze on hospital property taxes, committee to study issue
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.
The NJBIZ General Counsel of the Year finalists for 2016
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.
Atlantic City takeover bill advanced by Senate panel
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.
How one law firm is adapting to the changing health care industry
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.
Business partner getting a divorce? Here’s why details are your business
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.
Why March is the height of divorce season in N.J.
Throughout history, the Ides of March brought endings — from the assassination of Julius Caesar to the cancelation of “The Ed Sullivan Show” to the appearance of the global SARS health crisis.
Alimony reform in New Jersey Here’s a primer
Last month, a Morris County man went before Superior Court Judge Maritza Berdote Byrne seeking to terminate his alimony obligations to his ex-wife on the grounds that she is now cohabitating with another man.
Breaking up the business The impact of divorce on a family-owned company can be devastating
Love might not cost a thing, but divorce is expensive and complicated.
Especially if you co-own a business with your spouse.
Sweeney No hearing for Christie’s Supreme Court pick
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.