The Supreme Court announced that it has granted certification in five more cases.  One of those is a land use matter.  The other four run the gamut from administrative law to criminal law to constitutional law to arbitration.

Montclair State University v. County of Passaic and City of Clifton is the land use case.  The Appellate Division’s published decision, reported at 451 N.J. Super. 523 (App. Div. 2017), was discussed here.  The

Greenbriar Oceanaire Community Ass’n, Inc. v. U.S. Home Corp., ___ N.J. Super. ___ (App. Div. 2017).  [Disclosure:  I represent U.S. Home, though not in this case].  In today’s decision in this appeal, which involved a dispute over which claims asserted by a homeowners association against the developer of the properties, Judge Fisher, writing for the panel, remanded the case with a direction to the parties and the Law Divisio

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