Clifton Police Officer receives nearly $1 million jury verdict for blowing the whistle. > Former UMDNJ official receives $349K jury verdict in whistleblower lawsuit. > Former program director and manager for not-for-profit settles whistle-blower claim against former employer for $250,000. > Former Bergen County public employee obtains nearly $600,000 judgment after jury verdict in whistle-blower lawsuit. >

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If an attorney ever tells you juries do not award punitive damages, show them this. . . . . . . . . .

June 2nd, 2017 | Uncategorized |

Female Officer Wins 1.5M Dollar Verdict in Discrimination Case – Paul Milo – Star Ledger (Sunday – May 28, 2017)

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Discrimination is illegal, in all of its forms.

April 19th, 2017 | Uncategorized |

  WCBS NEWS – New York

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Coffee Machine, RIP

April 15th, 2015 | Uncategorized |

With sadness we report the passing of our colleague, Coffee Machine. From almost the first day the law firm took occupancy of our Clifton Headquarters we were served consistently, efficiently and faithfully by our regular and perennial employee of the month, year and decade. If you review our blog entries from March 2, 2012 and June […]

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Turning Confusion into a Crime: A Case Study in Prosecutorial Misconduct.

June 25th, 2014 | Uncategorized |

On August 12, 2010, sworn law enforcement officers from several different jurisdictions were involved in the apprehension of two individuals who committed a home invasion and fled at a high rate of speed creating a great risk to the public. At the end of the pursuit, the suspects bailed from their vehicles and ran into a wooded […]

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Hurricane Sandy and Utility Companies

December 7th, 2012 | Uncategorized |

GOD SAID “LET THERE BE LIGHT” AND JCP&L SAID “WE’LL HAVE IT FOR YOU WITHIN SEVEN TO TEN DAYS We recognize that Hurricane Sandy was devastating to the State of New Jersey and parts of the Northeast.  People lost their lives.  People were devastated financially with the loss of property and possessions.  There is no […]

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Coffee Machine Reclaims Throne!

June 21st, 2012 | Uncategorized |

They came and gave it a serious overhaul. Its up and running! Plus, in connection with our new refrigerator, it ices coffee at least as good as the major chains. Plus, no oversized plastic cups! Delicious and good for the environment too!

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Employee of the Month Update

March 2nd, 2012 | Uncategorized |

Due to a malfunction of some obscure part that needed to be ordered from Tanzania, the firm’s coffee machine is no longer in the running for Employee of the Month for the months of February and March. Thank you.

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Is your law firm fit, physically?

February 11th, 2011 | Uncategorized |

Lawyering, especially litigation, is tough work. It is mentally exhausting and physically demanding.  Depositions require hours of preparation and focus.  Arguing before a hostile court can drain energy quickly.  When it’s time for trial, most crucially jury trials, the days are sixteen hours long.  Even days at the office, holding meetings, drafting legal briefs, and meeting deadlines can wear […]

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“Smells like…victory.”

August 25th, 2010 | Uncategorized |

The Paterson Police Department could have simply let our client, Michele Sedeyn, return to work after her blood-clotting medical treatment was complete.  It was only another seven (7) weeks.  After all, the original injury was on the job and in the line of duty.  Instead, they simply fired her. Choosing to reinstate her in 2006 would have cost […]

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Our first blog!

May 6th, 2010 | Uncategorized |

Welcome to our brand new internet website. Now beware!!! The Internet is an amazing tool with incredible potential. Where else can you get real time updates on what the stock market is doing, the score of the big game that is not on television, or the instantaneous posting of Springsteen’s set list from the European […]

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