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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

NLRB Circuit Breakers

USA - July 14 2017 The National Labor Relations Board ("NLRB") is in transition. There is little doubt that the NLRB of the Obama Administration, which often issued

Florida Will Permit ARNPs and PAs to Prescribe Controlled Substances

USA - April 27 2016 The Governor of Florida recently signed legislation that will permit advanced registered nurse practitioners (ARNPs) and physician assistants (PAs

Dismissal reversed because trial court improperly employed motion to dismiss standard instead of summary judgment standard

USA - August 2 2011 New Jersey Court Rule 4:6-2(e) provides that a defendant can file a motion to dismiss for “failure to state a claim upon which relief can be granted"

Public day school cannot be held liable under the Child Sexual Abuse Act

USA - April 21 2011 In 2000, the plaintiff was a student at a middle school that was under the control of defendant Board of Education for the Township of Teaneck (“Board”). Y.G. v. Board of Education for the Township of Teaneck, No. A-5146-09 (App. Div. April 19, 2011

Transfer Made On The Morning Of Sheriff's Sale, For The Purpose Of Delaying The Sheriff's Sale, Deemed Fraudulent

USA - July 24 2017 In Perry Street, defendants were a limited liability corporation and the sole member of that corporation. The corporate defendant owned property in

NLRB Circuit Breakers

USA - July 14 2017 The National Labor Relations Board ("NLRB") is in transition. There is little doubt that the NLRB of the Obama Administration, which often issued

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