...doctrine. That doctrine, as described in Saltiel v. GSI Consultants, Inc., was intended to prevent tort claims where a plaintiff...
There are several ways practitioners should be aware of whereby individuals can be exposed to significant personal liability in construction disputes even though the work on a construction project wa
...holding of the New Jersey Supreme Court in Saltiel v. GSI Consultants, 170 N.J. 297 (2002). In that case, the plaintiff...
An in-depth look at last summer's New Jersey Supreme Court decision in Allen v. V&A Bros., Inc
The Supreme Court decided several important commercial law cases this past term, including three that analyze the Consumer Fraud Act. The Court also rendered a decision with significant impact for ho
Daily decision alert
Principals of a company can be held personally liable under the Consumer Fraud Act, with its treble damages provision, even without a showing of knowledge about the alleged unlawful practice, a state
An individual officer or employee of a corporation may be held liable for a regulatory violation of the Consumer Fraud Act
New Jersey Law Journal
...not enter into contracts with the general contractor, prime contractors or design consultants. Rather, he might be hired by an owner to assist in scheduling...
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