...agent at the time. The city’s lawyer, Robert Merenich, argued Eisenhauer “cannot sustain any argument that she was expected to...
A former school district official can have a jury decide her claim that she was fired for questioning whether proper procedures were followed in hiring a school superintendent
A property owner's half-century use of a neighbor's lagoon demonstrates that a grant of riparian rights was not extinguished during a brief period when the two tracts came under common ownership, a N
The SEA and N.J.S.A. 18A:12-2 can be harmonized to provide that not every dispute between a board of education and a parent who is also a board member requires his removal from the board
A school board member's claim against the district that led to a monetary settlement created an impermissible conflict of interest that required his removal from the board, the New Jersey Supreme Cou
The School Ethics Act, specifically N.J.S.A. 18A:12-24j, does not create an exception to the prohibition on conflicts of interest in N.J.S.A. 18A:12-2
In a ruling that may prompt some conflict checking by New Jersey school boards and their lawyers, an appeals court says the School Ethics Act, which allows a board member to engage in a dispute with
Plaintiff's cause of action to recover benefits under ERISA accrued when he first began receiving a miscalculated award, not when his request to correct that award was first denied
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