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Latest News in New Jersey

  • January 18, 2019

    NJ Governor's Atty Blasted For Withholding Rape Claims

    The chief counsel to New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy faced sharp criticism from state legislators Friday about his choice not to inform the governor about rape allegations against a then-staffer for months before media inquiries about the alleged assault, as lawmakers challenged whether a state policy required keeping Murphy in the dark.

  • January 18, 2019

    Atlantic City's Winning Streak Will Be Tough To Sustain

    Atlantic City's fiscal recovery may be fueled by sports betting fever and trendy hotspots along the New Jersey boardwalk, but the resort town's government and business leaders must overcome entrenched patterns of corruption and bad economic decisions in order to sustain this newfound prosperity, experts say.

  • January 18, 2019

    Red Bull Moves To Halt NJ Gas Station's Foreign Drink Sales

    The makers of Red Bull energy drink on Friday slapped a New Jersey Lukoil gas station with a trademark infringement suit accusing it of selling a version of the drink that’s only authorized for sale outside of the U.S. and thus subject to different quality-control standards.

  • January 18, 2019

    3rd. Circ. Sinks Appeal Over Cruise Ship Border Port Search

    The Third Circuit on Friday rejected Fourth Amendment and tort challenges to searches of three cruise ship passengers that took place two days after the court issued a 2008 precedential finding — involving the same vessel — that onboard searches at U.S. borders require “reasonable suspicion.”

  • January 18, 2019

    Pa. Judge Urged To Make J&J CEO Testify In Risperdal Trial

    A Pennsylvania state judge is weighing whether the CEO of Johnson & Johnson should be forced to take the stand at an upcoming trial over claims that labeling for the antipsychotic medication Risperdal failed to adequately warn about the risk of abnormal breast growth in adolescent boys.

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