Moon v. Breathless, Inc., ___ F.3d ___ (3d Cir. 2017).  At least since 2014, when the Supreme Court of New Jersey decided Atalese v. U.S. Legal Servs. Grp., L.P., 219 N.J. 430 (2014) (discussed here), New Jersey law has been clear that contractual arbitration clauses must explicitly state that a party is waiving a jury trial as to statutory claims in order to be effective when that party

In a Notice to the Bar that is available here, the Appellate Division announced that it “anticipates that e-filing of appeals will be made mandatory in the fall of 2017.”  That would be the culmination of an electronic filing rollout that goes back as far as 2012.

In light of that, the Appellate Division is offering training sessions in September and October in Mount Holly, Tre

I have an oral argument coming up in the Colorado Court of Appeals, the intermediate state appellate court there.  That court offers some helpful tips about oral argument, under the headings of “Advance Preparation,” “Being Persuasive,” and “Some Things to Avoid.”  Those practice pointers, available here, are equally applicable to oral arguments in our New Jersey appellate courts and in the Third Circuit Court of Appeals.  C