An employer can be subject to suit for the negligent actions of its employee under the principal of respondeat superior although the claims against the employee are dismissed on basis of the statute
After a three-week trial, a Hunterdon County jury awarded $5.961 million on Wednesday to a man who lost use of his right hand due to injuries suffered when tree limbs fell on his vehicle as he drove
...Law, should have been denied (see Blumberg v Ten Wash. Realty Assoc., 262 AD2d 592, 592-593; Lindner v Kew Realty Co., 113 AD2d...
...Noteworthy Jay Blumberg, a partner at Blumberg and Lindner in Woodbury and Paul Nittoly, a partner with Drinker...
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