In Law360 and the New Jersey Law Journal, Catherine Weiss and Lowenstein Sandler commented on a New Jersey Supreme Court decision approving a pro bono bankruptcy clinic run by Volunteer Lawyers for Justice, in conjunction with the firm and the legal department at Merck. The Court holds that the Rules of Professional Conduct pertaining to conflicts of interest pose no barrier to a lawyer's pro bono representation of low-income debtors in no-asset Chapter 7 bankruptcies even if their firms represent creditors of those debtors in unrelated matters.