...when Granata sued Broderick and his firm, Morristown's Broderick Newmark & Grather, in Passaic County Superior Court. Granata alleged two...
Disqualification of counsel is not an available remedy for a violation of Rule 5:3-5(b)
The plain language of the statutory provisions relating to interment and disinterment expresses that a different regulatory scheme applies to each; therefore, the Appellate Division erred in determin
A widow who claims she was duped or misled into believing her husband wanted to be buried in his lineal family's plot cannot move his remains, since New Jersey has adopted a strong public policy disf
It's litigation that quite literally could raise the dead. New Jersey's Supreme Court is being asked to decide whether the state's public policy against disinterment of a body should yield to another
Plaintiff, whose job responsibilities included reporting security breaches, was not a whistleblower under CEPA when she reported the disposal of blueprints for bridges, tunnels and a rail operations
The doctrine of equitable estoppel should not have been used to enforce plaintiff's premarital waiver of an elective share of her late husband's estate where the waiver was otherwise rendered unenfor
Everybody wants a rescue helicopter when they need one, but nobody, it seems, wants one near their backyards. At least not in Bedminster, home of Somerset Airport, where the state last year relocated
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