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Walsh confident housing ruling will spur more COAH settlements

Kevin Walsh wasn’t ready to say the battle to force all municipalities in New Jersey to provide their fair share of affordable housing is over. But...

Experts: Firms must face #MeToo situations from start

Natalie Watson said she knows of some people who view the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements as threats to business. “But I, as a defense attorney,...


Expert says workplace harassment victims must speak up at first sign of trouble

Michael F. O’Connor, a partner at McMoran, O’Connor, Bramley & Burns, has handled his share of sexual harassment cases from the side of the...

Seton Hall weekend law program draws those looking for boost in corporate world

Michael Moreback doesn’t know where his law degree will lead him. As a compliance officer with Wells Fargo, he enjoys the work he does. He just...


Former BPU, DEP chief joins Florio law firm as partner

Scott Weiner, former president of the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities and commissioner of the state Department of Environmental Protection, has joined Florio Perrucci Steinhardt & Cappelli, the law firm announced. Weiner, who will be a...

Tyrrell heads group of five moving to Sills Cummis

Sills Cummis & Gross has added James E. Tyrrell and four other litigators from Locke Lord to its firm. George R. Talarico, Elissa J. Glasband,...


In a legal first, Camden County files racketeering suit against OxyContin makers

Camden County is joining the legal fight against the opioid epidemic — but with an unprecedented argument. The county is filing a racketeering...

Goldberg Segalla grows its office in Princeton

The national law firm Goldberg Segalla has relocated its Princeton office to a larger location, reflecting the ongoing growth of its New Jersey presence, it announced recently. The office now housed at 301 Carnegie Center, Suite 200, hosts 27...


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