This year, the fall Jewish holidays (Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, and Sukkot) all land on weekdays. As a result of that and certain other things, posts on this blog will ...

[Disclosure: This post contains blatant self-promotion]. I have been elected as a Fellow of the American Academy of Appellate Lawyers. The induction ceremony will occur later this month. Founded in ...

It is a pleasure to announce here what is also being announced elsewhere: as of January 1, 2021, my firm, Lite DePalma Greenberg, LLC will become Lite DePalma Greenberg & ...

Johnson & Johnson v. Director, Division of Taxation, ___ N.J. ___ (2020). As summarized here, the Appellate Division, in an opinion by Judge Haas, reversed a Tax Court ruling against ...

The year 2020 has been a challenging (to say the least) period of time for many of us, in New Jersey, in the United States, and worldwide. Over 250,000 Americans ...

This is a non-partisan blog. It has thus, for example, featured endorsements of both Republican and Democratic nominees to the Supreme Court of New Jersey. And, as noted in this ...

Ten years ago yesterday, the first post on this blog appeared. Since then, there have been 1,780 others, nearly one every other calendar day for the last ten years. As ...

The Appellate Division issues, annually, reports of statistics regarding its previous court year, such as this one. The Supreme Court, to my knowledge, does not, though a few figures appear ...

Fraternal Order of Police, Newark Lodge No. 12 v. City of Newark, 244 N.J. 75 (2020). [Disclosure: My firm, Lite DePalma Greenberg, LLC, represents the City of Newark in various ...

Today, May 1, is Law Day. Law Day was first celebrated on February 3, 1958, when President Eisenhower issued a proclamation establishing it. In 1961, Congress passed a joint resolution, ...