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A New Jersey federal judge on Thursday trimmed a suit brought by two developers but found they could continue to pursue their claims that a group of gas station companies were attempting to monopolize a local market and blocking their projects, including gasoline pumps, a Wawa convenience store, a Chick-fil-A and a bank.
A New Jersey real estate developer sued Ericsson in federal court Wednesday over the company’s alleged refusal to allow the developer to bring its own environmental inspector to look at the property before fully closing on the $15 million sale.
A New Jersey attorney was censured by the state Supreme Court Wednesday for engaging in a conflict of interest by representing a client who sued his former client, but escaped discipline for allegedly bribing the former client to stop harassing him, according to a high court order and ethics board decision.
A New Jersey man has been sentenced to 46 months in prison and ordered to pay $1.5 million in restitution to victims of his alleged investment Ponzi scheme, the New Jersey U.S. Attorney’s Office announced Thursday.
The New Jersey Appellate Division on Thursday upheld the state’s right to use privately owned properties for post-Superstorm Sandy beach restoration projects, clarifying that the government’s right to acquire lands outright for public projects also allows it to merely use lands without possessing them.