The portion of a loan exceeding the limits of the FHA regulation is void and not collectible by the bank, but the portion not exceeding the limit is valid and secured by the housing unit
...J. 486 (2012)24-25 Humphries v. Powder Mill Shopping Plaza, (A-100-10) 209 N.J. 124 (2012)26...
Malpractice claims are not absolutely barred following a settlement agreement; equitable exceptions exist, even allowing claims based on conduct that postdates execution of the settlement agreement
Revisiting Rendine v. Pantzer's treatment of fee-shifting under the Law Against Discrimination
Notwithstanding Perdue v. Kenny A. , awards of attorneys' fees made pursuant to state fee-shifting statutes must continue to conform to the principles announced in Rendine
...quot; In the other case, Humphries v. Powder Mill Shopping Plaza, A-100-10, a wheelchair-bound woman alleged disability...
...Humphries v. Powder Mill Shopping Center, A...
The state Supreme Court has agreed to review a case that will impact which matters law firms can take against ex-clients without creating a conflict of interest
A requirement for objective evidence to justify enhanced fees not only permits meaningful appellate review but also makes the amount of fee awards more predictable and thus fairer
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