Verdicts and settlements in New Jersey state and federal courts
A public-interest activist wants to make sure that disciplined lawyers whose ethics cases reveal criminal conduct are prosecuted for it
A school or other organization that acts in place of a child's parents can be liable in tort when an employee commits child sexual abuse, the New Jersey Supreme Court rules
Plaintiff has alleged facts sufficient to overcome dismissal of his case as to defendant-school, both under the Child Sexual Abuse Act and the common law, and neither the Charitable Immunity Act nor
The court correctly found that the settlement of the federal litigation between the Mayor and the City violated the Faulkner Act and was infected by numerous conflicts of interest, but incorrectly he
...and Salem counties); former State Bar Association President Jay Greenblatt, of Vineland's Greenblatt & Laube; and Lee Hymerling, a matrimonial law expert at...
Twenty-two farmers buck precedents favoring agribusiness giants to get $1.5 million for bad seeds that wiped out a year of eggplants
The state Supreme Court last Monday heard arguments in two cases that may help clear up the confusion over what proofs plaintiffs must shoulder to meet the verbal threshold of the Automobile Insuranc
...School's lawyer, Jay Greenblatt, calls the case...Vineland's Greenblatt & Laube. Hardwicke...
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