A selection of the need-to-know civil justice news for November 11-17.


Murphy Taps Cammarano for Chief of Staff; Platkin for Chief Counsel

Christian Hetrick | Observer NJ

Governor-elect Phil Murphy named his two top advisers Tuesday, picking Democratic lobbyist Pete Cammarano as his chief of staff and his campaign policy adviser, Matt Platkin, as chief counsel.

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After Hanging Up the Robes, Judges Find Career Options in NJ Law Firms

Martin Daks | NJBIZ

Where do New Jersey justices and judges go when they step down from the state Supreme Court or other courts? Unlike Judge Judy, most won’t end up starring on their own TV show—instead they may find a new home at a law firm.

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Woman Caught Stealing Cement Pavers Threatens to Sue for Back Injury


A 54-year-old Florida woman was arrested Sunday after she was caught stealing cement pavers from a home in Port Richey.

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