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Renowned White Collar Criminal Defense Attorney Jay Surgent Joins the Criminal Defense Team Representing Reality Stars, Todd and Julie Chrisley

Criminal Law Jay Surgent litigation Uncategorized White Collar Criminal Defense On behalf of Weiner Law Group LLP Tuesday, July 11, 2023

Renowned criminal defense attorney Jay Surgent from the Weiner Law Group headquartered in Parsippany, New Jersey announced today that he and a team of lawyers within his firm are joining the legal...

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Westminster College Faculty May Pursue Claim Based on Charitable Trust

litigation Trusts & Estates Friday, July 7, 2023

The students of Westminster Choir College and its former faculty can proceed with their claims against Rider College as the trustee for a trust holding the Princeton property where the...

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Weiner Law Group Granted Summary Judgements for Costco Wholesale Corporation

business litigation Business Litigation Defense Jason J. Mastrangelo lawrence m. berkeley litigation On behalf of Weiner Law Group LLP Thursday, June 22, 2023

Weiner Law Group was granted summary judgements in two cases on behalf of our client, Costco Wholesale Corporation. Details for each are as follows: Awwad v. Costco Wholesale Corporation, 2:19-cv-17221-MCA-AME...

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Enforcement of Settlement Agreements in Federal Court

litigation Tuesday, June 13, 2023

Most lawsuits settle, and most settlements after the case has been filed will involve the court.  Actions in federal court are no different, with few going to trial and the...

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No Breach of Agreement When a Later Contract is Integrated

Business Law litigation Sunday, June 4, 2023

Does an Integration Clause Void Terms from an Earlier Written Contract? The standard integration clause in a contract is often looked at as boilerplate, added toward the end of the...

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