State of New Jersey ex rel. Health Choice Group, LLC v. Bayer Corporation, ___ N.J. Super. ___ (App. Div. 2024). As Judge Gilson discussed in his opinion for the Appellate ...

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 ...

On January 16, 1991, the Supreme Court decided Mass. Mut. Life Ins. Co. v. Manzo, 122 N.J. 104 (1991). The decision, a unanimous one written by Justice Pollock, addressed “whether ...

Another week, another week where work for clients made it impossible to keep up with the courts. This week featured two unanimous opinions from the Supreme Court, one civil, one ...

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

Even as many people were throttling back in anticipation of the long holiday weekend that culminated in Christmas day, the Appellate Division issued three published opinions late last week. Here ...

The Supreme Court announced that it has granted certification in Board of Education of the Township of Sparta v. M.N. That is the first grant of review since October 24. ...

It is rare for the Appellate Division to issue three published opinions on one day. That occurred yesterday. Two of the cases entailed similar legal issues and were decided by ...