The developer's notice of public hearings using incorrect lot numbers did not deprive the planning board of jurisdiction to decide its conditional-use application
If a proposed ordinance changes the classification of a zone, N.J.S.A. 40:55D-62.1 requires only identification of the zone affected by the change; identification of the specific impacted properties
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...on those issues, Doyne said. Englewood lawyer Mark Tabakin, of Weiner Lesniak in Parsippany, says the OPRA request went too far in asking...
Expert testimony was not required and the jury should have been permitted to evaluate plaintiff's personal-injury claims based on res ipsa loquitur principles
...to pay legal fees. Rivera's lawyer, Richard Rudin of Weiner Lesniak in Parsippany, says the board went on a "witch hunt...
Legislation that would put unprecedented limitations on derivative suits by corporate shareholders in New Jersey is a Senate vote away from the governor's desk
The state Supreme Court has dismissed a complaint that a state senator contacted Essex County's top judge to help push Paula Dow's nomination for the bench last year, finding no evidence of judicial
Weighing in on an issue that has split the federal courts, a District of New Jersey judge says a copyright infringement suit cannot be brought without an existing copyright registration. A pending ap
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