The Superior Court's Law Division lacks subject matter jurisdiction to sort out who owns real property in the wake of a foreclosure, an appeals court rules
A Union County jury on Wednesday awarded $20 million to five co-workers who played the lottery as a pool and claimed a member bought a winning ticket but tried to hide it from them
An employer may be liable for a co-employee's alleged sexual harassment on a negligence-based theory if it fails to have in place an effective sexual harassment policy
In a case of first impression in New Jersey, an appeals court on Thursday said a complaint of sexual harassment on the job should not be dismissed merely because the alleged harassment came from a co
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