Goyco v. Progressive Ins. Co., ___ N.J. ___ (2024). Plaintiff was hit by a car while he was operating a low-speed electric scooter (“LSES”), a Segway Ninebot KickScooter Max. As ...

State v. Higginbotham, ___ N.J. ___ (2024). Earlier this week, as discussed here, the Supreme Court unanimously invalidated a portion of a regulation due to its overbreadth, which violated the ...

Due primarily to the Passover holiday, few if any posts will appear on this blog until after April 30. I’ll look to catch up once May begins. In advance, happy ...

All was quiet on the Supreme Court front last week. But the Appellate Division issued three published opinions. Here are summaries. Sackman Enterprises, Inc. v. Mayor & Council of Borough ...

Judge William A. Dreier, a fellow alumnus of Columbia Law School, died on February 2. He was 86 years old. Judge Dreier was a fixture on the bench for approximately ...

Today is the thirteenth anniversary of this blog. That lifespan is longer than that of most blogs of any type, but particularly appellate law or other legal blogs. There have ...

At this past May’s Annual Meeting of the New Jersey State Bar Association, I was a panelist for a presentation titled “Appellate Practice Master Class.” That session was so well-received ...

Chief Justice Rabner announced that Judges Chase, Perez Friscia, and Walcott-Henderson have been temporarily assigned to the Appellate Division, effective August 1, 2023. The Orders appointing each of them are ...

Beneduci v. Graham Curtin P.A., 476 N.J. Super. 73 (App. Div. 2023); Guzman v. M. Texeira Int’l, Inc., 476 N.J. Super. 64 (App. Div. 2023). The Appellate Division issued two ...

Joe Fischetti is an attorney who practiced at one of New Jersey’s largest private firms for a number of years. More recently, he moved to an in-house position in the ...