Phibro Animal Health Corp. v. National Union Fire Ins. Co., 446 N.J. Super. 419 (App. Div. 2016).  When it comes to whatever the judicial opinion equivalent is of “click-bait,” few if any court rulings can top Judge Sabatino’s opening sentence in his opinion for the Appellate Division in this case yesterday.  “This case is about insurance covera

The Supreme Court announced yesterday that it has granted certification in Oxford Realty Group Cedar v. Travelers Excess & Surplus Lines Co.  The question presented, as framed by the Supreme Court Clerk’s office, is “Under the terms of this insurance policy, is plaintiff entitled to coverage for the cost of debris removal in addition to the $1 million that was paid for property damage after Hurricane Sandy caused plaintiff’s apartment complex to flood?”

Globe Motor Co. v. Igdalev, 225 N.J. 469 (2016).  One of the fundamental principles of summary judgment jurisprudence is that a court cannot grant summary judgment when there are genuine disputes of material fact.  In evaluating whether such issues exist, the court is to give all reasonable inferences to the opponent of the motion.

Nonetheless, today, the Supreme Court had a case, involving the plaintiff’s attempt to enforce a settlement agreement, that required reiteration of t