NEWARK — The state of New Jersey has reached a settlement agreement with a data management software developer to resolve charges that the company allowed unauthorized public Internet access to a database of more than 100 auto dealerships customers' and employees' personal information.
TRENTON, N.J. (Legal Newsline) – A Texas consumer alleges a generic prescription drug used to treat hypertension is contaminated with a probable carcinogen.
CAMDEN, N.J. (Legal Newsline) – An Audi owner in New Jersey alleges he and a proposed class paid more than $1,000 for defective replacement brakes that squeal.
The fighting in Pennsylvania among plaintiffs lawyers working on contingency fees has escalated this summer
TRENTON — A New Jersey trucking company, P. Judge & Sons, Inc., accused of firing an employee diagnosed with sleep apnea despite having medical clearance to continue his job duties, has been ordered to pay a $30,000 settlement.
NEW JERSEY ATTORNEY GENERAL'S OFFICE: Company Must Pay Ex-Worker with Sleep Apnea for Failing to Reinstate Him Despite Medical Clearance
Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal and the Division on Civil Rights announced that a New Jersey trucking company must pay an ex-employee with sleep apnea $30,000 to resolve allegations it fired the man despite repeated medical examinations certifying him as fit for duty.
Several Pennsylvania counties are fighting to keep control of their opioid lawsuits as the national law firm Simmons Hanly Conroy, with the active support of the companies it is suing, seeks to create what a rival attorney calls a litigation "cesspool."
NEWARK — A California company will shut down its fashioned-theme teen website to resolve allegations by New Jersey officials that the company improperly collected personal information from more than 2,500 children in the state, which was then compromised in a data breach.
TRENTON — The state of New Jersey has become the latest to join a multistate coalition urging the U.S. Supreme Court to reverse a decision by D.C. Circuit Court on banning hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs).
N.J. courts have to now consider if science is "advocacy-driven," lawyers in landmark Accutane ruling say
TRENTON, N.J. (Legal Newsline) – Two New Jersey attorneys discussed the scientific reliability and New Jersey Supreme Court's Aug. 1 ruling regarding evidence in a case filed by 2,000 plaintiffs who allege acne medication Accutane could cause Crohn's disease.
While the recent sentencing to prison of a once-powerful politician should help discourage abuse in the realm of asbestos litigation, an attorney following the issue says reform of the system is ultimately necessary.
New Jersey judges must require plaintiffs lawyers who flock to their courts to come up with more than junk science if they want jurors to hear their arguments.
TRENTON, N.J. (Legal Newsline) – An Ohio resident alleges a New Jersey pharmaceutical company is sending unsolicited fax advertisements.
TRENTON — The state of New Jersey has issued a cease and desist order to a firearm developer with plans to publish printable gun computer files allowing the creation of firearms using a 3-D printer, according to state Attorney General Gurbir Grewal.
NEW JERSEY ATTORNEY GENERAL'S OFFICE: Indictment Charges 24 New Jersey Residents in Tax Fraud Scheme in Which They Allegedly Stole Nearly $250,000 from the State of Hawaii
New Jersey Attorney General's Office issued the following announcement on July 24.Attorney General Gurbir S.
WOODLAND PARK, N.J. (Legal Newsline) – Who knew "gym suits" could be so classy?
N.J. appeals court rules for Kia Sephia owners, reversing trial court judge in $6.33M brakes class action
TRENTON, N.J. (Legal Newsline) – Owners of a Kia Sephia model vehicle are entitled to financial compensation due to a faulty brake system, the Superior Court of New Jersey Appellate Division decided.
TRENTON, N.J. (Legal Newsline) – A trucking company alleges the New Jersey Department of Labor imposed tax assements on it that have no basis in law or fact.
NEW YORK (Legal Newsline) – A New York man alleges a line of snack food products is deceptively labeled and marketed.
TRENTON, N.J. (Legal Newsline) – The New Jersey Superior Court, Appellate Division issued a ruling on June 20 standing behind a Superior Court of New Jersey Law Division ruling that a police officer who alleged medical malpractice after being injured on the job must pay a lien regardless of his award.