Litigation over the 2012 derailment and toxic spill in southern New Jersey will stay in federal court now that an attempt to remand to state court has failed
...John Scordo, previously a partner with Day Pitney in Parsippany ... Lieberman & Blecher in Princeton promotes associate Michael Sinkevich Jr., who handles...
People who bought polluted New Jersey properties before 1993 can be held liable to subsequent buyers under the state Spill Compensation and Control Act if they failed to look into possible pollution
To resolve environmental remediation liability, a trial court must determine whether defendants can establish the "innocent purchaser" defense under the 2001 amendments to the Spill Act
E.I. du Pont de Nemours and Co. will pay $8.3 million to settle two U.S. class actions over release of chemicals into the water supply in Salem County that allegedly affected 4,248 households
Based on bailment principles, the Division of Criminal Justice is not liable for losing or destroying evidence properly seized years earlier
The Attorney General's Office can't be held liable in negligence for losing evidence seized in a 1985 criminal investigation that was not sought for 22 years, a state appeals court says
State insurance regulators are considering a near-fivefold increase in the fee for closing service letters, by which title companies provide mortgage lenders with protection against losses arising ou
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