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 ...

In the past two weeks, an Appellate Division brief and a Supreme Court petition consumed much time. So, in this shortened Thanksgiving week, it’s time to catch up on the ...

The Supreme Court announced that it has granted certification in three new appeals. All are from unpublished opinions of the Appellate Division. In Constructural Dynamics, Inc. v. Arch Insurance Co., ...

S.B.B. v. L.B.B., 476 N.J. Super. 575 (App. Div. 2023). Last week saw the first published Appellate Division opinion of the new Term. Judge Gooden Brown authored the opinion. Here ...

Following up on yesterday’s post regarding criminal appeals decided by the Supreme Court in the first half of August, this post summarizes the Court’s decisions in civil cases during that ...

The Supreme Court announced that it has taken up six new cases. The Court granted certification in four of those matters. One case is before the Court on a grant ...

The Supreme Court announced that it has granted review in two new cases. In Kennedy v. Weichert Co., where the Court granted leave to appeal, the question presented, as phrased ...

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, ...

As indicated here, it was likely that there would be published opinions issued during this blog’s holiday break. It turns out that there were two such opinions, both by the ...

;On this date in 2002, the Supreme Court decided Matsumoto v. Matsumoto, 171 N.J. 110 (2002). By a 5-2 vote (majority opinion by Justice Long; dissent by Justice Verniero, joined ...