Law360, New York (December 15, 2017, 5:55 PM EST) -- New Jersey's federal and state courts in 2017 served as key legal battlegrounds in the health care, competition and consumer protection realms, and hosted white collar prosecutions that ended with a congressman's mistrial and a lawyer facing prison time.
Key discovery issues also arose from the Garden State's lively dockets this year, with the state Supreme Court giving hospitals hard-won access to documents from the state's biggest insurer in a challenge to its tiered health coverage plan. The justices likewise gave the state's notoriously tough consumer protection law a business-friendly tweak.
Here's a look at four notable cases that taught lawyers...
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