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Court Approves Service Of Complaint Via Facebook, No Word On How Many "Likes" It Received

USA - May 16 2017 Facebook is useful for a lot of things -- humble bragging about your children, posting professionally taken candid photographs of your smiling family...


Words Matter: Language In Retainer Agreement Bars Recovery Of Fees Incurred In Fee Arbitration Proceeding

USA - May 3 2017 One of my favorite quotes from a judicial decision comes from the New Jersey Supreme Court in Atlantic Northern Airlines v. Schwimmer: "Litigation...


"Young Man, There's A Place You Can Go . . ." (But That Place Might Not Be Immune From Liability Under New Jersey's Charitable Immunity Act If You Later Sue For Injuries You Suffered There)

USA - April 25 2017 These are not alternate lyrics to the the classic Village People song, YMCA, but they could be if the song were written by the Appellate Division...


Final Chapter In The Case Of The Missing Double Eagle Coins

USA - April 20 2017 One of the more interesting cases I have written about is Langbord v. U.S. Dept. of Treasury, which I described in a June 2015 post as follows: It's...


Clear Arbitration Provision, Negotiated By Sophisticated Party While Represented By Counsel Deemed Enforceable

USA - April 12 2017 The headline of this post is a little like "Dog bites man." But, given the recent trend in New Jersey of "man bites dog" type cases where courts have...