To place a proposed question on a nonbinding local referendum on the ballot, a municipality must comply with the deadlines in both N.J.S.A. 19:37-1 and 19:37-2
A federal judge has thwarted an autistic high school football player's attempt to gain a fifth year of athletic eligibility by dint of the Americans with Disabilities Act
The family of an autistic student denied the right to play football during a fifth year of high school has gone to federal court in a case that pits the Americans with Disabilities Act against the po
Plaintiff's claims alleging gender employment discrimination because she has been excluded from officiating at boys' high school varsity basketball games are remanded for more facts
...Corrigan & Bertucio. Defendant — Arthur Lash of O'Toole Fernandez Weiner Van Lieu ...
... The diocese's attorney, Steven Goodell of Herbert, Van Ness, Cayci & Goodell in Lawrenceville, confirms the settlement...
A nonprofit entity was properly denied a property tax exemption due to its commingling with its profit-making affiliates
Non-profit companies that commingle their affairs with affiliated for-profit entities could lose their property-tax exemptions, the state Supreme Court rules
The property tax exemption is denied where plaintiff failed to satisfy the third statutory prong under N.J.S.A. 54:4-3.6 that the operation and use of the property at issue must not be conducted for
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