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Appellate Division clarifies proofs required for charged-off credit cards, and in the process provides guidance on business records hearsay exception and certification requirements

USA - September 17 2014 What do you do when your client acquires assets in a transaction where such assets are summarized in computer records or otherwise stored in formats...


A modern twist on the three day attorney review notice provision

USA - May 30 2014 Ever since New Jersey State Bar Association v. New Jersey Association of Realtor Boards, 93 N.J. 470 (1983), residential real estate contracts...


New Jersey courts continue to refine rules regarding Homeowners Association's restricting political speech

USA - September 7 2011 When can a homeonwers association restrict the political speech of its unit owners?...


Slip sliding away: NJ Supreme Court rules that condominium has no duty to clear snow and ice from public sidewalks

USA - August 22 2011 It has long been settled common law that commercial landowners have a duty to clear snow and ice from public sidewalks abutting their land, but that residential landowners have no similar duty (Stewart v. 104 Wallace Street)....