Is the"?formidable standard" of the Millison test -- the shield against causes of action brought by injured workers against their employers -- in fact the "impossible standard"
Chief Justice James Zazzali issues a spate of opinions that serve as a fitting valedictory for a seven-year judicial career in which he became known as a champion for the underdog: not just the worke
...26-2-5112 [42 pp.] In the mid-1980s, defendant Whitesell established with three others the Moorestown Foursome. Foursome, with each of its...
...Consumer Products, 176 N.J. 385 (2003); Tomeo v. Thomas Whitesell Construction, 176 N.J. 366 (2003); and Crippen v. Central...
When Justice James Zazzali was nominated in 2000, the Democratic labor lawyer resisted being pinned down to any judicial philosophy, saying only that he would be "sensible." Since taking the bench, Z
...conditions on the premises. Dissenting in Tomeo v. Thomas Whitesell Construction, 176 N.J. 366 (2003), Albin wrote that an employer...
Three decisions expounding on the rights of injured workers to sue their employers for intentional misconduct were the highlight of the Supreme Court term for 2002-2003
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