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Brandon Minde In the...

07/10/2020

Brandon Minde was recently quoted in an article on nj.com in connection with a high-profile, white collar criminal defense matter he is handling in federal district...

COVID-19 UPDATE – NEW JERSEY FAMILY LAW – Does the ongoing global...

06/03/2020

Everyone in New Jersey has been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic one way or another.  If you are divorced or divorcing, whether you are the recipient of alimony and/or...

John Dughi is Named the 2020 Recipient of the “Senator William O. Barnes...

06/02/2020

Dughi, Hewit & Domalewski is proud to announce that the New Jersey State Bar Association Medical Malpractice Special Committee has named John Dughi the 2020...

Brandon Minde begins term as Chair of the Criminal Law Section of the New...

05/19/2020

Dughi, Hewit & Domalewski, PC, is pleased to announce that Brandon Minde has become the Chair of the Criminal Law Section of the New Jersey State Bar Association for...

New Jersey Medical Licensing and State Board Actions during the COVID-19...

04/21/2020

As with everything, the COVID-19 emergency has affected the state boards that oversee the licensing of practitioners and conduct disciplinary actions. Below is a summary...

New Jersey Legislature Passes Bill Providing Criminal and Civil Immunity...

04/14/2020

Yesterday, the New Jersey Legislature passed a bill that would provide limited immunity to health care workers and hospitals in New Jersey for medical treatment related...

Jennifer Young Named Partner in the Family Law...

01/10/2020

The firm is very happy to announce that Jennifer Young has been named a partner in the Family Law Department effective January 1, 2020.Jen has been specializing in...

Brandon Minde Appointed to Supreme Court Working Group on the Duty of...

11/15/2019

Dughi, Hewit & Domalewski, PC, is pleased to announce that Brandon Minde was appointed to the New Jersey Supreme Court Working Group on the Duty of Confidentiality...

Brugaletta version 2.0: Trella v. Bradish, MD...

10/18/2019

On October 8, 2019, the Appellate Division ruled that hospitals in medical malpractice actions can be required to produce a narrative statement identifying where, in the...

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