Sackman v. New Jersey Manufacturers Ins. Co., 445 N.J. Super. 278 (App. Div. 2016).  [Disclosure:  I represent New Jersey Manufacturers in certain litigation, but not in this case].  This opinion, issued today, involved an underinsured motorist claim against an insurance company.  The case was tried for three days, and the jury, after deliberating for twenty minutes, returned a verdict in favor of defendant and against plaintiffs.  Plaintiffs appealed and the Ap

In addition to the Supreme Court’s grant of review in a case involving the termination of a contract of sale of residential real estate, discussed here, the Court announced in the last several days that it would review four other cases.  All of those cases arise from unpublished decisions in the Appellate Division.

In Grande v. St. Claire’s Health System. an employment discrimination case, the Appellate Division split 2-1, with Judges Fuentes and Kennedy forming

New Jersey Division of Child Protection & Permanency v. K.M., 444 N.J. Super. 325 (App. Div. 2016).  This is another child abuse and neglect appeal, but one that contains an unusual twist on a woman’s use of drugs during pregnancy.  Defendant K.M. gave birth to a child, G.G., who, during the first th