New Jersey's high court continues to disapprove of giving juries unrestricted access to video and audio recordings of statements by witnesses and defendants, but there's a catch: Where the defendant
...a statement of itemized services, the appeals court reverses Special Civil Part orders that granted summary judgment to the plaintiff and denied the defendant...
...Inc., App. Div. (per curiam) (11 pp.) Plaintiff appeals from an order that granted partial summary judgment to defendant JMK Auto Sales Inc. and...
The state Supreme Court is deciding whether a suspected drunken driver can be convicted of refusing to take a breath test where the arresting officer gave him inaccurate information about the possibl
A court can require a party to appear at a mediation session, but the court cannot force a party to settle or even to make a settlement offer. And courts have not developed any clear standards for ev
There is much that the latest developments in neuroscience can teach legal professionals about negotiations. This is particularly true when it comes to how people process information and make decisio
The Internet is having a profound effect on the development of the alternative dispute resolution (ADR) process. It is used as a means for the resolution of conflict both directly, through the Unifor
...provide positive pro bono experiences for law students and prospective attorneys in order to instill a career-long habit of pro bono service, and (d...
In some cases, parties elect a process in which they agree to the selection of two "non-neutral arbitrators" who together select a "neutral arbitrator." The notion of a non-neutral arbitrator is ofte
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