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New York’s Expanded Insurance Disclosure Law Creates More Problems Than Solutions

USA - March 3 2022 On December 31, 2021, New York Governor Kathy Hochul signed legislation intended to streamline personal injury litigation. The law will have the…

Erik DiMarco, Virginia Squitieri

New Jersey Supreme Court Finds Liability Possible For Replacement Parts Supplied By Others If Original Product Contained Asbestos Components

USA - June 12 2020 Arthur Whelan was a plumber and infrequent auto mechanic. Decades before developing mesothelioma, Whelan alleges that he worked on numerous boilers…

Last Defendant at Trial, You Are Not Alone: Apportionment Under New Jersey Law

USA - September 19 2019 Last week in the Rowe v. Bell & Gossett decision, a unanimous New Jersey Supreme Court found that an asbestos defendant at trial may demonstrate…

When is the Statute of Limitations Period Triggered for a Construction Defect Claim in New Jersey?

USA - October 12 2017 After conflicting conclusions by the lower courts, the New Jersey Supreme Court recently decided whether a condo association’s lawsuits for…

Attorney Fees May Be Awarded in Cost Recovery Actions in New Jersey

USA - November 1 2016 Environmental cost recovery actions in New Jersey are typically brought pursuant to the New Jersey Spill Compensation Act, N.J.S.A. 58:10-23.llf, but…