Principal Diana Manning was mentioned in a New Jersey Law Journal article on November 20, 2017. The article is a status report provided by the New Jersey State Bar Association on recently passed and pending legislation, regulations, gubernatorial nominations and/or appointments of interest to lawyers, as well as the involvement of the NJSBA as amicus in appellate court matters.
“The New Jersey State Bar Association urged the Appellate Division in an amicus curiae brief to affirm a trial court decision that the determination of whether the particular duties and standards of care asserted by a plaintiff and his experts are a question of law and that an expert’s opinion based on subjective opinion was properly barred as net opinion. The brief in the matter of Bianchi v. Ladjen, Docket No. A-2210-15T4, was written by John W. Kaveney, of McElroy, Deutsch, Mulvaney & Carpenter; Diana C. Manning, of Bressler Amery Ross; and Evelyn R. Storch, of Harwood Lloyd.”
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