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A former New Jersey attorney and his father potentially facing decades in prison for operating a Ponzi scheme that bilked dozens of the lawyer’s clients out of $13 million tendered not guilty pleas Tuesday in federal court in Camden.
A subcontractor at two U.S. Army facilities pled guilty in New Jersey federal court to paying thousands of dollars in bribes and kickbacks to receive work and preferential treatment from prime contractors, the U.S. Department of Justice said Tuesday.
Uber Technologies Inc. has urged a federal appeals court to uphold the dismissal of a complaint filed by a group of Philadelphia taxicab companies alleging they’d been subjected to unfair competition after the ride-hailing service began operating in the city.
Morgan Stanley Smith Barney LLC on Tuesday shed a negligence suit over its conversion of a deceased woman’s investment accounts to joint status with her daughter after a New Jersey appeals court found the bank had no novel duty to the nonclient plaintiff.
A New Jersey appeals court on Tuesday upheld a trial court decision rejecting a nursing home's bid to force arbitration over claims brought against the facility in a wrongful death lawsuit, saying a patient's poor condition indicated he did not knowingly waive his right to have disputes decided in court.