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New Jersey Municipalities Catch Paid Sick Leave Fever

USA - April 17 2017 Unlike many countries, the United States does not require private employers to offer paid sick leave. However, several states and an increasing

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

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

New Jersey Supreme Court adds teeth to the Rule of Three

USA - July 22 2011 Under the New Jersey Constitution, civil service appointments “shall be made according to merit and fitness to be ascertained, as far as practicable, by examination, which, as far as practicable, shall be competitive.”

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"

New Jersey Municipalities Catch Paid Sick Leave Fever

USA - April 17 2017 Unlike many countries, the United States does not require private employers to offer paid sick leave. However, several states and an increasing

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

New Jersey Does Not Follow The "One Free Bite" Rule But It Does Apparently Follow The "One Free Knockdown" Rule

USA - April 7 2017 I have written in the past about dog bite cases, but never about a non-bite, dog-related injury case. That changes today. In Hackett v. Musey

In New Jersey, You Can Now Disapprove A Real Estate Contract By Email Or Fax (But Not Telegram)

USA - April 4 2017 Anyone who has bought or sold real estate in New Jersey is familiar with "attorney review." When you buy or sell a house, you sign a contract that is

Not An Open-Ended Issue: Judge's Failure To Ask Open-Ended Questions During Voir Dire Is Reversible Error.

USA - March 31 2017 In 2006 and 2007, the Administrative Office of the Courts issued directives addressing jury voir dires. The directives require, among other things