New Brunswick, NJ: Keefe Law Firm announces that former Superior Court Judge C. Judson Hamlin has become of counsel to our firm.
A resident of Cranbury, NJ and receiving his J.D. degree from New York University in June 1963, Judge Hamlin then clerked for the Honorable David D…. Read More »
As the 10th anniversary of her passing approaches, Keefe Law Firm honors our brave client, Danielle Gruskowski, and her family. Take a moment to read Danielle’s story and learn about the lasting impact she continues to have in educating the world on Rett Syndrome:
“It is impossible to forget someone as special as Danielle who has meant the world to me ……. Read More »
New Jersey Law Journal
Five lawyers, the largest number since 2006, are seeking State Bar Nominating Committee backing for the post of secretary, the first step on the six- year trek to the presidency.
The candidates are all current Bar trustees…. Read More »
Many residents of the Jersey Shore saw their homes devastated when tropical storm Sandy made landfall on October 29th of last year. Adding insult to injury, most homeowner’s insurance policies have classified the damages from Sandy as being attributable to flood damage,… Read More »
Keefe Law Firm congratulates Partner John E. Keefe, Jr.
for his recent selection to serve as Secretary for the New Jersey State
Bar Association…. Read More »
For Immediate Release
March 19, 2013
Sr. Director, Communications for NJSBA
Three seek second-vice president post; two vie for secretary; four face-off for at-large trustee; NJSBA members will vote on candidates and proposed bylaw changes An election will be held to determine a trio of leadership positions for the New Jersey State Bar Association…. Read More »
In June of 2012, Stryker initiated a voluntary recall of its Rejuvenate and ABG II modular-neck hip stems due to the potential for fretting and corrosion at the modular-neck junction. This defect can result in various adverse local tissue reactions, as well as pain, swelling, limitation on range of motion, and premature device failure. This device has been implanted in thousands of patients throughout the United States since it was first cleared for sale in 2008. Continue reading
By: Kate Coscarelli of the New Jersey Law Journal
A Monmouth County lawyer, who has served as a New Jersey State Bar Association trustee and president of Trial Attorneys of New Jersey, will be the next secretary of the state
bar association…. Read More »