Custodial parents looking to move out of New Jersey have a difficult hill to climb if their ex-spouses object to the move, even if the move involves a better job or a new spouse. That is the general consensus among New Jersey family lawyers in the wake of a landmark ruling last month by the state Su
A Sussex County jury on June 21 awarded a Sparta woman $1.8 million in Mongiello v. Gallagher as compensation for injuries she sustained when the car in which she was riding was rear-ended by another car.
The New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs and Apple have agreed that the tech giant will install continuously available pricing information for iPhones, iPads, MacBooks, Apple Watches and other devices on sale in Apple Stores in the state.
The New Jersey Supreme Court has agreed to take up the case of a teacher seeking higher disability payments based on a series of scuffles with high school students that she claims led her to quit.
Gov. Chris Christie on Wednesday signed legislation recognizing a fiduciary heir's right to obtain control of a decedent's digital assets.
A volunteer firefighter terminated after he made repeated complaints about his colleagues and superiors is not covered by New Jersey's Conscientious Employee Protection Act, a state appeals court ruled on Wednesday.
A state prosecutor asked the New Jersey Supreme Court to reinstate the criminal conviction of a man who added offensive comments to a co-worker's wedding photos and posted them as flyers.
The administration of Republican New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie asked the state Supreme Court to reinstate civil service rules, aimed at eliminating competitive testing for some state government jobs, that were rejected by the Democrat-controlled Legislature.
Lawyers squared off before the New Jersey Supreme Court on Monday over whether a Paterson electrical inspector should be afforded absolute immunity against claims that he failed to inform his superiors about a dangerous condition in an apartment house that ultimately burned in a fatal fire.
A New Jersey appeals court ruled Friday that the state Election Law Enforcement Commission may proceed with an investigation into alleged campaign finance law violations by Essex County Executive Joseph DiVincenzo and his treasurer.