State v. Buckner, 223 N.J. 1 (2015).  In one of the biggest cases of the current the Supreme Court term, the Court today upheld the practice of permitting retired judges to serve temporarily on recall.  The vote was 5-1.  Chief Justice Rabner wrote the majority opinion.  Justice Albin filed a dissent.  The decision affirms the ruling of the Appellate Division, 437 N.J. .Super. 8 (App. Div. 2014), which split 2-1 n the issue, as discussed

62-64 Main Street, LLC v. Hackensack Mayor & Council, 221 N.J. 129 (2015).  The Local Redevelopment and Housing Law, N.J.S.A. 40A:12A-1 to -73, defines when an area is blighted and in need of redevelopment.  The Redevelopment Law implements Article VIII, section 3, paragraph 1 of the New Jersey Constitution, known as the Blighted Areas Clause, which states that “redevelopment of blighted areas” is a “public purpose” for which private

Dublirer v. 2000 Linwood Avenue Owners, Inc., 220 N.J. 71 (2014).  In State v. Schmid, 84 N.J. 585 (1980), and New Jersey Coalition Against War in the Middle East v. JMB Realty Corp., 138 N.J. 326 (1994), the Supreme Court discussed the free speech rights of persons who seek to exercise those rights on property that is not their own (a university campus in Schmid and a shopping center in New Jersey Coalition).  More recently,