When is harm "discovered"? The Appellate Division affirmed an interpretation of the "discovery rule" that contradicts traditional notions of when a contribution claim arises
A New Jersey state judge has refused to compel consummation of $50 million Jersey City real estate deal by Hartz Mountain Industries, which backed out and sold to a higher bidder
The N.J. Supreme Court shockingly upheld the conviction of a man whose only contact with his appointed attorney before his trial began was an introductory conversation of less than an hour in a court
...school year runs between September 1 and June 30 and may not commence prior to September 1. Plaintiff did not filed its complaint until June...
Daily decision alert
A review of the New Jersey Supreme Court's most significant decisions this term (2012-13) in the area of municipal law
How strong is your company's arbitration program or agreement? Is it vulnerable to attack if an employee files a complaint and wants to go to court
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