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...new trial and remittitur. North said sympathy is understandable but "does not entitle the jury to depart from the law governing defendants' liability...
The tension between municipal judges' roles as dispensers of justice and collectors of revenue burst into the open when a Monmouth County town set out to hire a new judge after seeing court receipts
A round-up of action from Trenton in the final days of the lame duck session
The court's questioning of pro se defendant was improper as it exceeded mere clarification, but in light of the overwhelming evidence of guilt, was harmless error
North Hudson Yacht Club's invitation of a neighboring restaurant's valet service onto the club's property to park cars, with or without compensation, is within the scope of its easement
A utility company does not owe a duty of care to passing motorists to remove a dead tree located within its right-of-way over privately owned lands
The capitalized cost reduction payments plaintiffs paid at the inception of their auto leases constitute lease amounts paid in advance under § 535(f) of the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act, enti
...defines it as something extraordinarily fine or admirable. Not until the third does the word fit into the doctor's usage, being defined as "intense...
N.J.S.A. 34:8B-1, barring employers from publishing ads stating that job applicants must be currently employed for their applications to be accepted, does not improperly infringe on the right to free
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