...1455. Unlike the original jurisdiction of the district courts over claims between citizens of different states, the removal jurisdiction of the district courts does ...
The Supreme Court on Monday ruled in favor of deferring to administrative agencies in determining the scope of their own jurisdiction, issuing a 6-3 decision that featured a sharp dissent from Chief
Originally Published: National Law Journal
...s pocketbooks and wallets. We care about judicial independence to protect the citizens of New Jersey that judges will decide their matters based on the...
Notice to the bar
...in environmental litigation, is seeking to perform its obligation to represent its citizens in an effort to safeguard and to protect the public and the...
The unfiled discovery that plaintiff seeks is exempt from public disclosure under N.J.S.A. 47:1A-9b, and its common-law right-of-access claim is denied because the state's interests in confidentialit
...the house itself. Even though the police like any other private citizen enjoy a license to approach a house by the front path...
Prior to the Site Remediation Reform Act (May 7, 2012), the ability to conduct OPRA reviews of NJDEP files meant that private parties had access to all environmental information pertaining to a site
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