...Chief Justice Robert Wilentz, in the 1992 and 1994 Perini/Tretina Printing cases, held that absent the parties' agreement to the contrary...
New Jersey remains among the minority of states enforcing a rule barring the recovery by a new business of damages for lost profits caused by a tort or a breach of contract. However, this "new busine
Recent federal cases display a de facto recognition that manifest disregard of the law is still a generally accepted ground for seeking to overturn arbitration award, despite a U.S. Supreme Court man
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Our hope is that by familiarizing counsel with APDRA's practical advantages, the use of this statute, enacted more than 20 years ago, will become more mainstream and perhaps increase clients' confide
Since defendant, the tortfeasor's insurer, failed to protect itself by seeking deferment of arbitration pending resolution of the underlying liability case, it is liable to the victim's insurer for t
A recent Law Division case explored whether taxes should be deducted from a back pay award emanating from a labor arbitration decision, as opposed to a scenario in which the jury award of damages (or
With today's technology, there are independent ways to confirm whether all that ought to have been disclosed by an arbitrator was in fact revealed
New Jersey continues to follow a minority of states that adhere to the new-business rule; here, however, where plaintiff sought to expand its business from a blood-drawing station to one that include
In a decision that seems to swim against the tide of alternate dispute resolution, the Appellate Division ruled on Thursday that arbitrators in New Jersey don't have the power to appoint receivers un
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