The Supreme Court announced today that Judge Espinosa has been temporarily assigned to Part E of the Appellate Division from September 1 through September 30, 2017.  That Order amends the General Assignment Order for 2017-18, discussed here, from which Judge Espinosa’s name was absent.

McClain v. Board of Review, ___ N.J. Super. ___ (App. Div. 2017).  In general, employees who leave work voluntarily are disqualified from obtaining unemployment benefits.  In 2015, the unemployment statute, N.J.S.A. 43;21-5(a), was amended to exempt from disqualification “an individual who voluntarily leaves work  with one employer to accept from another employer employment which commences not more than seven days after the individual leaves … the first employer.”

Chief Justice Rabner has announced that Judge Lisa Rose is being temporarily assigned to the Appellate Division, Part A, for the period of September 11-November 19, 2017.  As reported here, the General Assignment Order for 2017-18 made provision for a then-unnamed temporary assignee for Part A.

Judge Rose, a graduate of Rutgers University and the Seton Hall School of Law, sits in Hudson County. Appointed to the Superior Court bench by Governor Christie in 2011, Judge Rose started out in the Criminal Division but moved to Civil i