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Houston, TX (Law Firm Newswire) June 3, 2017 – Ajamie LLP is pleased to announce that founder Thomas Ajamie has been recognized in Chambers and Partners 2017 rankings of litigation attorneys. Based in London, Chambers has been conducting in-depth research and interviews to provide annual rankings of the world’s leading attorneys and law firms since 1990. These rankings, in turn, are based on various factors such as technical legal ability, professionalism, client service, diligence, and a host of other highly-valued qualities. In portraying Mr. Ajamie, Chambers and Partners noted: “Tenacious litigator” Thomas Ajamie of Ajamie LLP is a “strong advocate […]


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. New York, NY (Law Firm Newswire) July 27, 2016 – Jeffrey M. Haber, Esq., an attorney with over twenty-five years of experience litigating complex matters on behalf of institutions and individuals at law firms having a national practice, is proud to announce the opening of his new law firm, the Law Office of Jeffrey M. Haber. The firm is dedicated to the representation of corporations, small businesses and high net worth individuals involved in a broad range of complex business and commercial litigation, as well as individuals who want to blow the whistle on fraud and other wrongdoing against […]


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Paramus, NJ (Law Firm Newswire) August 27, 2015 – In a precedent-setting victory, Callagy Law successfully argued that an ERISA plan administrator’s failure to substantially comply with a certain Department of Labor (DOL) regulation results in annulling the plan’s contractual limitation on the period in which to bring a law suit in Federal Court. Our client’s case was initially dismissed for filing his complaint after the plan’s one-year contractual limitation had run. But Callagy Law Counsel Matthew R. Major, Esq., persuaded the Third Circuit Court of Appeals that 29 C.F.R. § 2560.503-1(g)(1)(iv), a Department of Labor regulation governing the ERISA […]


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Woodbridge, NJ (Law Firm Newswire) September 29, 2011 – In a landmark decision construing the New Jersey Franchise Practices Act (“NJFPA”), a federal judge ruled Wednesday that a franchisee in good standing enjoys an absolute right to renew his franchise agreement at the end of its term. This issue arose when BP Products of North America (“BP”) announced that it would not renew its franchise agreements with a group of New Jersey service station operators when their terms ended. Faced with the loss of their livelihoods, those operators (“Franchisees”) filed suit against BP asserting that New Jersey law, in particular, […]


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