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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...


Device startups must stay alert for legal issues

Those entering the medical device industry find out one truth quick: Legal issues are front-loaded. Just ask Glenn Stein, a Chiesa Shahinian &...

Connell Foley hires trial group from LeClairRyan

The law firm Connell Foley has bolstered its Newark office, adding 11 lawyers as part of a national trial group focused on casualty cases, it...


Archer & Greiner expands into NYC with acquisition

Archer & Greiner P.C. announced it has expanded its Bankruptcy, Restructuring and Insolvency Litigation Group with the addition of New York-based boutique law firm DiConza Traurig Kadish LLP. “This strategic combination will significantly...

Experts not shocked by dropping of Menendez case

Angelo J. Genova wasn’t surprised by the Department of Justice’s decision to drop the political corruption case against U.S. Sen. Bob...


Marella returns to Gibbons after stint in D.C.

David Marella has returned to Gibbons P.C. following a six-month stint as a policy adviser on drug addiction and the opioid crises to President Donald Trump’s administration. “We are delighted to welcome David back to the firm and look...

Feds to drop charges against Menendez

The Department of Justice asked a federal court Wednesday to drop all charges related to the indictment against U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez. The...


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