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Articles

  • James A.  Robertson, “Hospitals Continue Fight for Fair Medicaid Reimbursement,” by P. Murphy, J. Robertson and P. Besler, Garden State Focus, Nov./Dec. 2005, Vol. 52, No. 3;
  • James A.  Robertson, "Bioterrorism Preparedness: Isolation and Quarantine Issues," by J. Jackson and J. Robertson published at 179 N.J.L.J. 450 (March 21, 2005);
  • James A.  Robertson, “Hospital Prevails in Recent Reimbursement Case Against Horizon,” by J. Robertson, Garden State Focus, Feb./March 2005, Vol. 53, No. 2;
  • James A.  Robertson, “Legal Issues Involving Bioterrorism Preparedness In New Jersey: Isolation and Quarantine,” by J. Jackson and J. Robertson, New Jersey Hospital Association’s Newsletter, March 2005 Edition;

Publications

  • John T. Coyne, "Shooting Fish in a Barrel : Inconsistent Treatment of Insureds in Liability and Declaratory Actions Leads to Imposition of Excess Liability" Mealey's Emerging Insurance Disputes,Vol. 10, No. 24
  • “Health Care Licensees Will Receive Greater Scrutiny,” 182 N.J.L.J. 965, New Jersey Law Journal
  • John T. Coyne, "A New Defense to Suits Spawned by Prior Litigation That Resulted in Settlement" ECBF Chronicle, p. 11
  • “The Sentencing Consequences of a Defendant’s Trial Testimony,” American Bar Association, Section on Litigation, Committee on Criminal Litigation, Volume 5, Issue 1
  • "Ethics of Representing Multiple Public Entities," The New Jersey Law Journal
  • Albert J. Pucciarelli, "Recording Hotel Management Agreements - Why?" (April, 2005, 16th Annual Real Property Symposium of the Real Property, Probate and Trusts Law Section of the American Bar Association)
  • Scott  A. Levin, "Deference or Acquiescence? How Center for National Security Studies v. U.S. Dept. of Justice Turned Disclosure on its Head," 41 CRIM. L. BULL. 381
  • Carol A. Pisano, "Interpretation and Construction of the Commercial Crime Policy," published in the Commercial Crime Policy, 2nd Ed., ABA 2005 (co-authored with Robert Duke)
  • Scott  A. Levin, Richard S. Mills, "Some Good Deeds Go Unpunished: Payment of a Prior Claim Generally Will Not Estop an Insurer from Declining Coverage for Subsequent Similar Claims," Surety Claims Institute Annual Publication
  • “Sarbanes-Oxley Implications for Not-for-Profit Corporations, Seton Hall Law School, Healthcare Law Section, Author and Lecturer, 2005

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