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A Third Circuit ruling setting aside a man's murder convictions in New Jersey after he served more than 20 years behind bars was an insufficient basis to award him a civil judgment against the state under a wrongful incarceration statute, a state appeals court ruled Wednesday.
Liz Daly, a 17-year veteran of Chubb, has been tapped to oversee attorneys providing legal services to the insurer's policyholders across North America, the New Jersey-based company announced Wednesday.
New Jersey’s environmental regulator voiced its opposition to the federal government’s proposal for offshore drilling in the Atlantic Ocean waters off the state’s coast, telling authorities on Wednesday that such industrialization could harm natural resources, coastal communities and the economy.
The Third Circuit on Wednesday clarified an ascertainability standard for class actions, finding that a class of car dealers who were faxed unsolicited BMW financial services advertisements could be identified through database records and affidavits.
A New Jersey federal judge ruled Tuesday that Supernus Pharmaceuticals Inc.’s patents related to its anti-epileptic drug are valid and infringed by TWi Pharmaceuticals Inc. and its subsidiary, which had sought permission to market a generic version.