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Law firm finds immigration business is booming

Filomena Lepore Taylor founded a solo immigration law practice in July 2016. She had no idea the sort of volume she’d be facing just four months later. “We are going to be challenged in so many...

Experts: AG’s memo may not affect legalized pot in N.J.

U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions gave New Jersey lawyers something to talk about on a snowy Thursday when, just days after California legalized marijuana, he sent a memo rescinding the lax approach to prosecuting...

Former judge named Wilentz’s general counsel

Retired Superior Court Judge Frank Ciuffani of Middlesex County has been named general counsel of law firm Wilentz, Goldman & Spitzer. Ciuffani, who has served for 14 years on the bench, was the judge in...

Grewal is history-maker, but also top prosecutor

After two years on the job as Bergen County prosecutor, Gurbir Grewal wasn’t expecting to suddenly detour from his current career path into the incoming administration of Gov.-elect Phil Murphy. That’s why he was a...

Levine: Firms can’t be too ready for cyber breach

Companies across the globe today are under constant threat of cyberattack. That issue alone keeps Eric B. Levine rather busy. “Cyber was one of the newer practice areas we strategically looked at (this time last year)...

Cooper, after cancellation of merger, sues to recover $15M

Cooper University Health Care is suing Maxis, the Pennsylvania-based holding company of Trinity Health, for the $15 million that was held in escrow — along with interest accrued and the cost of the litigation...

Bergen Prosecutor Grewal is pick for attorney general

(Editor's note: This report was updated at 3:30 p.m. with additional information.) Bergen County Prosecutor Gurbir Grewal was announced as Gov.-elect Phil Murphy’s choice for attorney general Tuesday. Grewal would be the first Sikh to be...

Lyons’ latest legal effort: App for divorce, domestic violence issues

Theresa “Terry” Lyons did not create Lyons & Associates in Somerville to be a silo. She founded the family law firm to make a difference, not only for her employees and their clients, but also...

Why experts think N.J. will win sports gambling case

Sports gamblers rely on trends to help them wager successfully. When the U.S. Supreme Court hears oral arguments Monday in the Christie v. NCAA case, recent history makes New Jersey the favorite in its...

Legal-book business renews its lease at Clark center

The Lawbook Exchange is renewing its lease at the Clark Commercial Center. Matawan real estate firm Denholtz Associates announced the renewal for 11,700 square feet of office space at 33 Terminal Ave. at the Clark...

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The Shop restaurant is coming to Chatham Plaza in Chatham

The Shop, a locally-owned Italian restaurant and pizzeria, is coming to Chatham Plaza on Main Street in Chatham, according to an announcement from North...

Six retail lease signings inked for Centurion Union Center

Landmark, the real estate developer behind the series of Centurion rental communities, on Thursday said six new retail leases have been signed in the...