New law paves way for immigrants — regardless of status — to obtain professional...

In a move that puts New Jersey ahead of most of the country, Gov. Phil Murphy signed legislation that will prohibit immigration status from preventing an applicant from getting a professional license, provided all...

State settles suit with Katie Brennan, agrees to implement reforms, make $600K donation to...

The state of New Jersey and Katie Brennan announced Friday a settlement in the case of Katherine Brennan v. Albert J. Alvarez, et al. that includes new policies and a large contribution to a...

Motley Rice expands team, forms new office in Cherry Hill

Motley Rice LLC, a plaintiffs' law firm, announced Tuesday it has added four new attorneys and formed two new offices, in Cherry Hill and Philadelphia. The new attorneys consist of: Esther E. Berezofsky as senior...

Protecting Katie Brennan: Legal experts and insiders on N.J.’s ability to enact policies around...

Katie Brennan’s testimony Tuesday in Trenton regarding how a sexual assault allegation during Gov. Phil Murphy’s campaign was handled raised a number of questions about how the state should classify volunteers on a political...

Drinker Biddle names Fitzsimmons its new corporate/securities partner

Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP announced recently that James F. Fitzsimmons has joined the law firm's Florham Park office as partner in the Corporate and Securities Group. Fitzsimmons, who advises private equity firms, previously served...

Bridgegate convictions of Baroni, Kelly thrown out by U.S. Supreme Court (UPDATED)

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled unanimously Thursday that the Bridgegate convictions of Bill Baroni and Bridget Kelly should be thrown out, ruling the two were guilty of political corruption, but not a crime. Associate Justice Elena...

Third party: In age of #MeToo, lawyer looks out for innocent family members’ rights

If there’s a third side to the story, Carl Soranno is the first to hear it. That’s because, in the sort of sexual misconduct cases that the #MeToo movement has helped to elevate, Soranno represents...

AtlantiCare, Hard Rock look to hire Recovery Court ‘graduates’

Employers in Atlantic County are making an attempt to give individuals who are recovering from issues surrounded by drug abuse a second chance — and a job. Each year, those convicted of nonviolent criminal offenses...

Judge rules OMNIA lawsuit can go to trial

With his latest decision, Superior Court Judge Robert Contillo opened the door Thursday for a trial in the case involving three hospital systems suing the state’s largest health insurer. “Today’s decision by the court to...

Greenbaum, Rowe, Smith & Davis expands N.J. footprint

Greenbaum, Rowe, Smith & Davis LLP announced Monday it has expanded its footprint in the Garden State with a new office in Monmouth County. The law firm's said its new location is at 146 Route...

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University Hospital awarded $182K to help enroll residents in ACA programs

University Hospital has been awarded $182,203 in state grant funding to help enroll under- and uninsured New Jersey residents in Affordable Care Act health...

1 year later, Choose says mission trip to India proving to be success

It may seem like a lifetime ago due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but Gov. Phil Murphy’s trade mission trip to India with Choose New...

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The owner of a Vauxhall barbecue restaurant is the U.S. Small Business Administration’s New Jersey Small Business Person of the Year for 2020, the...

How 2020 is this? Quest piloting drone delivery of COVID-19 tests

How’s this for the ultimate in touchless service? Secaucus-based Quest Diagnostics announced Tuesday it is teaming up with Walmart and DroneUp on a pilot program...

Investment firm hires CEO for health care portfolio company

Ignite Venture Studio, a Princeton-based investment company focused on the digital health and beauty sectors, has hired a CEO for a new portfolio company...