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. ___ ...

The Supreme Court announced that it has granted certification in five new cases. All of them are civil matters. Three of the cases involved published opinions of the Appellate Division. ...

The Supreme Court Civil Practice Committee has issued its 2024 report, which addresses recommended changes to Court Rules as well as Rule change proposals not recommended. The report is available ...

In re A.D., 477 N.J. Super. 288 (App. Div. 2023). In this appeal, an attorney and a temporary guardian sought fees for their services. The Law Division had denied their ...

In the last three days, the Supreme Court issued opinions in two criminal cases and one civil appeal. All three decisions were unanimous. Here are summaries of those rulings: State ...

Arbus, Maybruch & Goode, LLC v. Cohen, 475 N.J. Super. 509 (App. Div. 2023). In this suit by a law firm to collect its fee from a client (actually, an ...

Accounteks.net, Inc. v. CKR Law, LLP, 475 N.J. Super. 493 (App. Div. 2023). The Appellate Division sometimes publishes one version of an opinion and designates as unpublished a longer version ...

The Supreme Court announced that it has granted certification in five new cases. Here they are: In Usachenok v. State of New Jersey, Dep’t of the Treasury, the question presented, ...

Hansen v. Rite Aid Corp., 253 N.J. 191 (2023). This opinion by Justice Patterson for a 5-0 Supreme Court (Justice Fasciale did not participate) reaffirms the attorneys’ fee award principles ...

The Supreme Court announced that it will consider three new matters. Two of those involved grants of certification, while the third was an appeal as of right. The appeal as ...