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Small-town N.J. lawyer confident as he heads to D.C. to represent key figure in Mueller probe

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Howard Hughes Corp. files suit against West Windsor regarding development of long-vacant 658-acre site

Howard Hughes Corp. filed suit against the governing body of West Windsor Township late Thursday in an apparent attempt to spur movement on a real...


New Jersey attorney leads mission to host scouts from Puerto Rico

New Jersey attorney Mark Tallmadge’s Eagle Scout background gave him a small part to play in the Puerto Rico relief effort. The unlikely...

Secretly recording work chats: Not cut-and-dried

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Lucosky Brookman adds Goldstein to lead law firm’s Real Estate Practice Group

Lucosky Brookman LLP, a corporate finance and securities law firm in Woodbridge, announced that real estate attorney Jeffrey Goldstein has been named...

Mango Capital names Pershes its corporate general counsel

Far Hills-based Mango Capital Inc., a real estate holding company, announced Wednesday that Elliot Pershes has been named its corporate general counsel. He was also named to the company's board of advisors. “We look forward to working with...


Rutgers Law announces academic centers focused on controversial legal issues

Rutgers Law School is opening two new academic centers focused on a pair of today’s most controversial legal topics, it announced Thursday. The...

Thomas, Newark schools’ 1st Rhodes Scholar, knows he is role model — and relishes helping city

Jordan Thomas, Princeton University Class of 2018, was one of 32 U.S. college students to be awarded a prestigious Rhodes Scholarship this...


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