In an opinion that could serve as a primer for enhanced legal fees in OPRA cases, Bergen County's top judge has awarded $10,445 to a requester of records from the county prosecutor's office
The New Jersey election laws governing the manner in which candidates are placed on the ballot and the slogans that may appear on the ballot do not violate the Equal Protection Clause or the First Am
The lawyers who successfully sued to reduce the cost for copies of public records to five cents a page are not entitled to enhanced legal fees for their work, because handling the litigation in a "pi
The blanket exclusion of any transfer between commonly owned entities from the nominal-consideration exemption from the Realty Transfer Fee, embodied in N.J.A.C. 18:16-6.1, is inconsistent with N.J.S
Under the circumstances of this case, a balancing of the Open Public Records Act's twin aims of protecting a citizen's personal information and providing ready access to government records requires t
In a setback to wide-scale requesters of public documents, the Supreme Court rules that the release of millions of pages of title records may be conditioned on the redaction of Social Security number
...filled, at an affordable cost. The county's attorney, John Carbone, said Moses, and the Appellate Division that affirmed her, "got it...
Just as the U.S. Supreme Court hears arguments on whether government approval of a drug's labeling pre-empts inadequate-warning suits, New Jersey's high court is poised to take up the issue in an app
The right of privacy under the New Jersey Constitution establishes protection for New Jersey citizens from wholesale disclosure of Social Security numbers through OPRA requests
In a decision aimed at protecting against identity theft, a New Jersey appeals court has recognized a state constitutional right to privacy in Social Security numbers that foils an Open Public Record
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