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Former New Jersey Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno Joins Connell Foley

New Jersey’s former Lt ... She lost the gubernatorial race last fall to Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy. She will work with four practices at the law firm—corporate and business law; white collar criminal ... read more

These 3 Democrats Will Finally Have the Power to Investigate the White House. How Far Will They Go?

For every Senate investigation into the Teapot Dome scandal — which brought down Albert Fall, Warren Harding’s secretary of the interior, in 1923 for accepting ... Attorney General Webb Hubbell, who w... read more

Tyrone Sergio and Stephen "Skippy" Weinstein Join Britcher Leone

Weinstein, P.C., Sergio obtained numerous favorable results for his clients ... Prosecutor in New York City. He earned a J.D. from Brooklyn Law School and a B.A. in economics from Villanova University ... read more

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NATIONAL AIDS memorial, HIV news, Texas A&M, Nancy Pelosi

Philadelphia sees about 700 new cases of HIV each year—and these are just the ones being reported, according to the most recent City ... That 1996 law violates the Constitution and is unenforceable, t... read more

The Daily 202: Lame-duck power grab in Wisconsin showcases the GOP’s embrace of zero-sum politics

Yet the bill Republicans have advanced would restrict the ability of the new governor and attorney ... that he is taking the fall for actions he carried out on behalf of Mr. Trump, who remains unscath... read more

Lawyer For Woman Accused Of GoFundMe Scam Involving Homeless Vet Releases Recording

TRENTON, N.J. (CBS/AP) — The lawyer for the woman accused in the GoFundMe scam involving a homeless veteran has given CBS3 a recording of a conversation between his client and her boyfriend ... Troy G... read more

New York's Wealthiest Cut Losses as Manhattan Real Estate Falters

Accepting that the ... “That change in the tax law really infected the real-estate bloodstream in New York,” said Manhattan real-estate agent Donna Olshan. Many of her clients pay six or seven figures ... read more

Atlantic City has not forgotten it's corrupt roots.

I returned to New Jersey in ... EMS in Atlantic City – a job that allowed me to get to know the city and its people well. At one point I considered pursuing a career in law enforcement. read more

Feds say no civil rights prosecution in Jamar Clark's death

“I want you to understand that this is one of the highest legal standards under criminal law,” Luger ... public will accept their conclusions,” Harteau said. Police union President Lt. Bob Kroll laude... read more

Lawyers exploit foreclosure ‘rescue’ fee loophole

In just over two years the Chicago firm signed up more than 5,200 clients who paid more than ... according to the website. The Burke Law Center kept a “virtual” office at a mail drop in Matawan, New J... read more

The Daily 202: Senate rebuke of Trump on Yemen shows Congress, not just the president, can offer moral leadership

The Wall Street Journal’s Rebecca Davis O’Brien, Rebecca Ballhaus and Aruna Viswanatha report: “The criminal probe by the Manhattan U.S. attorney’s office ... Trump also met with former New Jersey gov... read more

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