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Another Day, Another Lawsuit About Injuries Suffered At A Gym (Another Reason For Me Not To Go To The Gym)

USA - July 14 2017 I have written about the enforceability of waivers in health club membership agreements before, including just last week. Now the Appellate Decision...


Let Sleeping Dogs Lie . . . Just Not In A Hallway Where They Might Create A Dangerous Condition?

USA - July 7 2017 When is a sleeping dog a dangerous condition? This is the burning question that the Appellate Division answered in Parella v. Compeau. In Parella...


Exception To The Rule: Ambulance Service Providers Are "Learned Professionals" And Not Subject To New Jersey's Consumer Fraud Act

USA - July 5 2017 New Jersey's Consumer Fraud Act ("CFA") is generally recognized as one of the strongest consumer protection laws in the country. It prohibits "any...


Waiver In Gym Membership Agreement Not Too Broad And Not Barred By TCCWNA

USA - June 23 2017 Gym memberships are notoriously difficult to cancel. As a result, there is a fair amount of litigation over the cancellation, or attempted...


Winning Bidder At Sheriff's Sale Entitled To Recoup Some, But Not All, Of His Deposit After Sale Is Vacated

USA - June 16 2017 A recent decision from the Appellate Division drives home (1) the duty of sellers at sheriff's sales to announce all material information about the...