A selection of the need-to-know civil justice news for March 3-9.
Dustin Racioppi | northjersey.com
Gov. Phil Murphy on Tuesday ordered the creation of a jobs council designed to advise him and recommend ways to follow through on his central promise to improve the state’s economy.
S.P. Sullivan | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com
In the first year of Donald Trump’s administration, the president faced a barrage of legal challenges from left-leaning states on everything from immigration to the environment. For the most part, New Jersey — run by a Republican governor and vocal Trump ally — sat on the sidelines. But Gov. Phil Murphy came to office pledging to take on Trump, and he found his attack dog in Gurbir Grewal, a 44-year-old former state and federal prosecutor born to Indian immigrant parents in northern New Jersey.