Today is the second anniversary of New Jersey Appellate Law blog.  The past year has been a busy one.  The 225 posts since last October 18 have commented on events ranging from ...

The Supreme Court has granted leave to appeal to review the decision of the Appellate Division in State v. Perini Corp., 425 N.J. Super. 62 (App. Div. 2012), discussed here.  As phrased ...

Today, May 1, is Law Day.  According to 36 U.S.C. §113, “Law Day, U.S.A., is a special day of celebration by the people of the United States in appreciation of ...

A memorial service was held at the Bar Center today for Bob Greenbaum, the senior partner of Greenbaum Rowe Smith & Davis (my former firm), who died several weeks ago ...

Kendall v. Hoffman-LaRoche, Inc.., 209 N.J. 173 (2012).  In this case, the 5-1 majority opinion by Justice Long offers a comprehensive tutorial about New Jersey’s “discovery rule,” which mitigates the strict statute ...

Happy Thanksgiving to all readers of this blog.  At your Thanksgiving table, think about this:  the opposite of gratitude is not ingratitude– it is expectation.  Enjoy the holiday! ...

One year ago today, this blog began its existence with its very first post.  There have been approximately 225 posts since, covering all aspects of New Jersey appellate law and practice, with ...

On April Fool’s Day, 1968, the Supreme Court of New Jersey decided McLaughlin v. Bassing, 51 N.J. 410 (1968).  In a one-sentence ruling, the Court reversed the Appellate Division’s dismissal ...

There has been a death in my family.  Posts will resume here after the shivah period has concluded. ...

In re Kane, 628 F.3d 631 (3d Cir. 2010).  It is rare to see a Third Circuit opinion, especially a precedential decision, with two pro se parties.  This was such a case.  ...