New Jersey businesses may be interested in the story of one company who has settled a potentially-lengthy litigation over a data security breach. The dispute has gone away, but one of the parties wishes that the issue went to trial.
New Jersey residents and others across the country might be paying more for their Coca-Cola products if the soda manufacturer continues to lose in court. The most recent business dispute arose after a juice maker claimed that Coke's pomegranate juice is not all natural as part of a false advertising dispute.
New Jersey residents may be interested in the latest acquisition of a major Philadelphia newspaper by a local philanthropist and businessman. The purchase is the result of a falling out between former business partners who previously owned the paper.
New Jersey state agencies have initiated a civil action against three third-party suppliers of energy. The lawsuit alleges that the three energy providers falsified promises of reductions in monthly billing to hundreds of their customers. The lawsuit asks for recovery of alleged damages for consumers in addition to attorney fees, costs and civil penalties. It also demands adherence to standards of marketing, contracts and advertising that were allegedly violated.