It’s the time of year when the Supreme Court gets into a higher gear when it comes to issuing opinions. The Court released three decisions this week, all of them ...

Usachenok v. State of New Jersey, Department of the Treasury, ___ N.J. ___ (2024). N.J.A.C. 4A:7-3.1(j) is a regulation intended “to protect the integrity of the investigation [of harassment or ...

In the second half of April, the Supreme Court issued one published opinion and the Appellate Division delivered four such rulings. Here are summaries: C.R. v. M.T., ___ N.J. ___ ...

This week, the Appellate Division decided two very different kinds of arbitration matters. Yesterday, Judge Sabatino issued an opinion in Morison v. Willingboro Bd. of Educ., ___ N.J. Super. ___ ...

On this date in 1988, the Supreme Court decided Clowes v. Terminix Int’l, Inc., 109 N.J 575 (1988). The Court’s unanimous opinion, written by Justice Clifford, stated that “[t]he principal ...

Yesterday, the Supreme Court decided Sanjaun v. School District of West New York, ___ N.J. ___ (2024). There, plaintiff, a long-serving teacher who was also an assistant principal and tenured ...

While the Supreme Court has been quiet since it handed down this decision, the Appellate Division has issued six published opinions during the recent period. Here are summaries of those ...

The Supreme Court announced yesterday that it has granted certification in three new matters. One of them is a taxation appeal, a type of matter that does not frequently appear ...

Fuster v. Township of Chatham, 477 N.J. Super. 477 (App. Div. 2023). This Open Public Records Act (“OPRA”) case implicated not only that statute but the Body Worn camera Law, ...

Meyers v. State Health Benefits Comm’n, 256 N.J. 94 (2023). Yesterday, the Supreme Court issued a per curiam opinion in a criminal case affirming a ruling of the Appellate Division ...