Pathmark began when some of the supermarkets of the Wakefern Food Corporation, parent company of ShopRite, broke away in 1968, as some independent New Jersey grocers felt they needed to compete better with large supermarket chains. Some members of the cooperative agreed to operate their stores under the ...
Jan 4, 2008 ... The Commission intervened in the proposed $1.3 billion acquisition of Pathmark Stores by Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea (A&P), alleging the transaction would have reduced competition among grocery stores in the highly concentrated markets of Staten Island and Shirley, Long Island, New York.
As corrected through Wednesday, July 28, 2004. Phyllis Toote, Respondent, v. Canada Dry Bottling Company of New York, Inc., Respondent, and Pathmark Stores, Inc., Appellant, et al., Defendant. (And a Third-Party Action.) —[*1]. Order, Supreme Court, Bronx County (Stanley Green, J.), entered December 9, 2002, which, ...
For recent cases that discuss the history and development of the Workers' Compensation remedy see Lindquist v. ..... Graham v. Green, 31 N.J. 207 Shepardize (1959). Cleaning up broken bottles was a regular incident of operation of a soft drink distributor's business and therefore ..... Pathmark Stores, Inc., 321 N.J. Super.