The board's hearing to determine if petitioner should be censured was a "legal proceeding" under N.J.S.A. 18A:12-20 and she is entitled to indemnification and counsel fees under the statute
A Morris County school board must pay the legal fees incurred by a member who successfully fought her colleagues' attempt to censure her
Plaintiff, a nontenured at-will teacher terminated by defendant, had no property right or liberty interest entitled to substantive due process protection under the Civil Rights Act
A Paterson municipal court judge appointed in April 2010 to help reduce case backlogs may have been improperly terminated a year later, a state appeals court says
A municipality may not obtain the assignment judge's permission to appoint an additional permanent judge and then appoint a temporary judge instead
The firm of McManimon & Scotland must pay a $100,000 malpractice award stemming from a failed real estate deal, an appeals court rules while throwing out a related $900,000 verdict against its client
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