Litigation Departments of the Year

New Jersey Law Journal

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The results of the Law Journal's second annual venture into rating law firm litigation departments for excellence. Awards are given in general, commercial, employment, insurance, intellectual property, labor and employment, product liability and real estate litigation.

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  • Makita LS1216L Guide

    We found that firms‘ philosophies converge on desirable goals for their litigation departments, in terms of effective management, cost limitation and client service, but their approaches differ. I hope that these profiles will offer guidance to other firms on what seems to work best.

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