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Appointment of Elliot D. Ostrove to District VIII Ethics Committee

By order of the Supreme Court, Elliot D. Ostrove, Partner of Epstein Ostrove, LLC, will serve a 4-year term. We are proud to announce that, by the Order of ...

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Six Epstein Ostrove, LLC Lawyers Named to New Jersey Super Lawyers or Super Lawyers Rising Stars List

Epstein Ostrove, LLC is proud to announce that six of its lawyers have been recognized as 2023 New Jersey Super Lawyers or New Jersey Super Lawyers Rising Stars.

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Pedestrian and Motor Vehicle Crash Nets Plaintiff $2,000,000

As featured on the and on the, a $2 million settlement was reached for a Middlesex County teen struck by a vehicle while seated on the curb. The Plaintiff sustained injuries resulting from the collision caused by Defendant.

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Motorist Recovers $4.1 Million After Crash Resulting From Blown Stop Sign

As featured on the, a $4.1 million settlement was reached on Feb. 1 in Middlesex County case, Fernandez-Hoppe v. Depena, concerning injuries sustained in an intersection collision in Cranbury, New Jersey.

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Attorney Kenneth Hayes, Appointed for a 5-Year term to the Board of Trustees of the IOLTA Fund of the Bar of NJ

In March 2023, by Order of the New Jersey Supreme Court, Kenneth Hayes, Esq. of Epstein Ostrove was appointed for a 5-year term to the Board of Trustees of ...

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$1.625 Million Settlement Reached for Woman Injured in Morris County Crash

As featured on the, a $1.625 million settlement was reached prior to trial in Bernstein v. Friedman for a 38-year-old woman involved motor ...

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Class Actions

Concepcion Allows Companies To Avoid The Morass Of Class Actions

In AT&T Mobility LLC v. Concepcion, (2011), a 5-4 majority of the U.S. Supreme Court determined that the Federal Arbitration Act (FAA), pre-empts a California rule, which California courts had…

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Business and Contract Disputes

Does Clicking ‘I Agree’ Create a Binding Contract?

As consumers continue to buy more and more products over the Internet, courts are being presented with opportunities to examine the validity of online agreements.

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Restrictive Covenant and Trade Secrets

A New Act for Trade Secrets

In January, New Jersey adopted the Uniform Trade Secrets Act (NJTSA), N.J.S.A 56:15-1 et seq., affording greater protection for trade secrets in New Jersey…

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Business and Contract Disputes, Class Actions

Uncommon Application of the Commonality Requirement

Epstein Ostrove Partner Elliott Ostrove was featured in the New Jersey Law Journal to discuss the impact that Wal-Mart v. Dukes has had on class certificati...

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TCPA Class Actions in Federal Court: Fate Still Uncertain

(excerpt from the article below) Congress enacted the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) in response to the increased number of unsolicited teleph...

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