A significant part of what we do at the Law Journal is to dig for, gather, organize, analyze and—ideally—find insights in data. We present several such projects to the readers over the course of the year in hopes that they will be informative and instructive to you.
Each year, the Law Journal takes stock of teams of legal professionals in New Jersey handling the most notable matters.
It's been three years since the New Jersey Law Journal's last survey of federal practitioners about federal judges in the state. During that relatively short window, the turnover has not been dramatic (with the exception of the bankruptcy bench) but some well-known jurists are no longer in these pages.
This supplement lists the top 20 personal injury awards of the past year, plus the next 11 awards, and an article on landowner liability when a worker is hurt on his property.
In the Law Journal’s white-collar crime supplement, articles focus on digital strategy, client relationshps and other topics.
In the Law Journal’s family law supplement, articles focus on divorce, finances custody and other topics.
In the Law Journal’s real estate supplement, articles focus on waterfront property, foreclosures, financing and other topics.
In the Law Journal’s Complex Litigation & E-Discovery supplement, articles focus on smartphone privacy, spoliation of ESI, e-discovery legislation, and other topics.
In the Law Journal’s medical malpractice supplement, articles focus on opiod abuse, “wrongful birth,” federal med-mal cases and other topics.