Witnessing the death or serious injury of a loved one: an in-depth analysis of the Portee claim, its elements and the supporting case law
The New Jersey press corps is in court trying to upend the state's prohibition on interviewing and photographing voters within 100 feet of the polls
...Forthright, rendered a decision adverse to the plaintiffs, without considering a document packet that plaintiffs attorney had submitted. Plaintiffs applied to the Law Division...
New Jersey Law Journal
Wrongful death cases against convicted murderers usually end in Pyrrhic victories, since most prisoners have empty pockets. Not so with Robert Reldan, who while serving a life sentence came into a $1
...civility during oral arguments. Speaking Wednesday at his alma mater, Princeton University, Rabner said the court has its own variation on a swear...
The Consumer Fraud Act does not apply to defendant-funeral home based on its alleged misrepresentations regarding a viewing since they were not made to induce plaintiffs, the estranged children of de
...of a municipality is irrelevant. Plaintiffs Concerned Citizens of Princeton Inc., James Firestone, Herbert Hubler, Henry Landau, Mark J. Leuchten, Richard Strazza...
...notice of the approval on August 9, 2002, in the Princeton Packet, a biweekly newspaper distributed in the Princeton area. ...
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