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Last week the New Jersey State Bar Association held its annual convention in Atlantic City. Over 2,500 judges, lawyers, law clerks and law students headed down the shore in search of CLEs and the scoop on emerging legal issues. In the following post, NJCJI’s Emily Kelchen reveals her insights on issues of interest to the civil justice community that were discussed at the convention. Continue reading
On November 21, NJCJI hosted the third in a series of ongoing workshops focusing on issues in the courts that impact the business community. “The Future of Class Actions: A Panel Discussion” brought together five specialists in the field for a spirited examination of recent developments in the law and thoughts on the prospects of pending cases. Continue reading
The New Jersey Chapter of the Federalist Society is hosting Ted Frank, Founder and President of the Center for Class Action Fairness for an event titled The Class Action Settlement Problem on Tuesday, March 18.