Zehl v. Elizabeth Board of Education

CIVIL PRACTICE — Discovery Masters

New Jersey Law Journal


Before appointing a discovery master in actions brought under the Law Against Discrimination and the Conscientious Employee Protection Act, the trial judge must consider the consequent financial burden to the litigants, who often have limited resources.

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