“A war of words between Levinson Axelrod and ex-associate Edward Harrington Heyburn is now in litigation.  The New Jersey-based personal injury law firm filed an order to show cause in state court in Middlesex County Superior Court last week, seeking a shutdown order concerning the website in which Heyburn criticizes his former employee . . . But within less than a day Heyburn had removed the action to federal court in Trenton, where the request for a temporary restraining order apparently still remains unresolved.  A claim in the firm’s filing that Heyburn’s site violates the federal Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act and the Lanham Act provided the requisite federal question jurisdiction for removal.”