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An attorney has slammed a New Jersey firm with a state lawsuit accusing it of violating a deal that entitles her to half of the legal fees recovered in a malpractice action against another lawyer over his handling of an employment discrimination case.
A New Jersey federal judge on Friday denied most of a biopharmaceutical company’s bid to access more than 170 emails by a cancer researcher it claims stole proprietary materials relating to an antibody, but agreed to unshield one message between the researcher and an executive of another biopharmaceutical firm.
A New Jersey man cannot pursue a legal malpractice claim against his onetime business partner’s attorney over an allegedly bogus real estate transaction because they did not have an attorney-client relationship and the lawyer did not breach a fiduciary duty owed to him, a state appeals court ruled Friday.
A New Jersey appellate court ruled Friday that insurers may not be obligated to defend a policyholder facing a coverage lawsuit if its duty to cover the underlying claim is uncertain, in a decision stemming from a nurse’s mold illness claims against her employer.
A New Jersey general contractor and a developer owe Dobrinski Brothers Inc. $3.76 million for work done on an excavation contract on a project in Newburgh, New York, the Pennsylvania contractor alleged in federal court Thursday.