...in most cases the decision lies with the defense attorney, who must fashion a strategy. Assistant Union County Prosecutor Sara Liebman said there...
North Hudson Yacht Club's invitation of a neighboring restaurant's valet service onto the club's property to park cars, with or without compensation, is within the scope of its easement
N.J. court decides to ban offers of judgment in class actions, bringing it into agreement with the Third Circuit
How far investigators can go in promising leniency to elicit a criminal suspect's confession is an issue captivating the New Jersey Supreme Court
From eminent domain to guard dogs to insanity defense in criminal cases, state bar association members blogs explore key issues
Why not validate wills before the testator dies? Four states have enacted such "ante-mortem" probate statutes. Perhaps New Jersey should do the same
...New Jersey's estate tax functions in an entirely different fashion from New Jersey's inheritance tax. The estate tax examines the FMV...
Answers to the essay questions on the July 2013 bar examination drawn from passing candidates who earned very high scores
Judges continue to order the disclosure of search terms that appear to discount or misunderstand the protected nature of key aspects of the e-discovery process
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