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April 2013 Archives

New Jersey Assemblyman faces $135,000 breach of contract suit

In essence, contracts are a series of promises between the parties to the contract. Each party promises to give something in return for the other party's performance. When one of the promises between the parties is broken a breach of contract has likely occurred.

Retailer CVS sued by New Jersey woman

For many New Jersey businesses making sure their customers stay happy is a major priority. Without their customers, businesses obviously will have a difficult time making money and staying open in this competitive economy. However, there are times when businesses and customers have disputes. Like corporate disputes, disputes with customers can easily lead to business litigation.

New Jersey health systems announce new business partnership

With the national healthcare reforms the healthcare industry in New Jersey and around the country is changing. In the past few months, this blog has discussed recent mergers between different New Jersey healthcare facilities. These hospitals are hopeful that these complex business transactions can streamline operations and make the system more efficient and cost effective without sacrificing patient care.

New Jersey businesses need to comply with state regulations

There are so many issues that potential business owners need to consider prior to opening their doors. Business formation issues can be key in how successful a business is in the long term. Issues like entity form, licensing agreements and even real estate purchases can all make or break a business. One issue that many New Jersey business owners may over look is governmental regulation.

Johnson & Johnson wins patent appeal

In both the federal and state court systems there are multiple courts that could hear a case before a final resolution is given. In the federal court system, there is the district court, then the appeals courts and finally the Supreme Court. The appeals courts hear a variety of cases including intellectual property disputes.

Merck sued in New Jersey court over osteoporosis drug

Most businesses make or produce some sort of product or service. When a business sells a product to the public there is the risk that the product could cause injuries to consumers. When this happens, business litigation -- specifically a product liability suit -- is likely to arise.

Supreme Court to consider intellectual property rights to genes

Many New Jersey business owners understand the value and importance of their intellectual property. Protecting business concepts, ideas and products is often key to the success of a business in today's aggressive marketplace. As this blog has highlighted many times in the past, businesses are often forced to litigate issues surrounding intellectual property rights in order to fully protect these rights.

Employee stock options questioned in breach of contract suit

A New Jersey man has recently filed a class-action lawsuit against United Technologies in a New Jersey court. The litigation has apparently arisen out of a contract dispute. United Technologies is a company based in Connecticut that makes global aerospace services and products.

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