N.J.S.A. 34:8B-1, barring employers from publishing ads stating that job applicants must be currently employed for their applications to be accepted, does not improperly infringe on the right to free
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Recent N.J. decisions offer guidance on how commercial tenants and owners can best insulate themselves from liability
The "arbitrary, capricious and unreasonable" standard of review is applicable to the Commissioner of Education's grant or denial of an application for a charter school
Why not validate wills before the testator dies? Four states have enacted such "ante-mortem" probate statutes. Perhaps New Jersey should do the same
An argument for revamping N.J.'s inefficient and misunderstood inheritance- and estate-tax system
...a genuine question about the welfare of the child warranting any additional inquiry. The court remands so that the court can address defendant's...
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