A selection of the need-to-know civil justice news for the week of September 26-October 2.
Court May Decide Future of Class-Action Cases
Jess Bravin | Wall Street Journal
The long-running battle over class-action lawsuits goes into full swing in the Supreme Court term beginning next week with cases that could shift the rules for group lawsuits against businesses.
Parents Threaten Lawsuit Against Mom of Kid Who Spilled ‘Santa Secret’
Theresa Edwards | She Knows
We’ve all felt frustration with other people’s kids, especially when they spill the beans on something we’re trying to keep secret. But is there ever a good reason to take legal action?
State Supreme Court Year in Review
New Jersey Law Journal
Who Are ‘Employees’ and How Should We Treat Them?
A top employment law attorney discusses interesting cases decided by the New Jersey Supreme Court over the last year.
Land Development and Collective Negotiations Affected by This Term’s Cases
A top municipal law attorney discusses important cases decided by the New Jersey Supreme Court over the last year.
Court Provides Guidance for Towns Seeking Down-Zoning
A leading environmental law attorney discusses four significant cases decided by the New Jersey Supreme Court over the last year.
Personal Injury Defendants Find a Friendly Court
Two leading practitioners discuss significant tort and personal injury cases decided by the New Jersey Supreme Court over the last year.
Court Adopts Standard for Finding Equitable Mortgages
Two top commerical law attorneys discuss important matters decided by the Supreme Court of New Jersey over the last year.
Amendment to Statute of Frauds Is Not Retroactive
A top family law attorney discusses important cases decided by the Supreme Court of New Jersey over the past year.
Court Approves Lawyers’ Use of Trade Names
Analysis of important decisions by the New Jersey Supreme Court over the past year, in the area of legal ethics.
Court’s Refusal to Dismiss Indictment Against Whistleblower Poses Thorny Legal Questions
Three interesting cases of first impression were on the New Jersey Supreme Court’s docket this term.
Follow us on Twitter for even more civil justice news.
Leave A Comment