The Division of Workers' Compensation has jurisdiction over the case of a New Jersey resident who was hurt on an out-of-state jobsite but was at home when he accepted the offer of employment, an appeals court has ruled.
Following the recent arrests by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement of two people attending proceedings in New Jersey courts, Chief Justice Stuart Rabner has asked the agency to declare courthouses off-limits for future arrests.
A First Amendment suit by an Atlantic City strip club seeks to halt enforcement of a state law making it a crime for restaurants and clubs to advertise a BYOB policy.
While expectations should be tempered, experts said blockchain adoption will bring changes to the practice of law.
Lawyers who advise clients on "smart contracts" drawing on blockchain technology say some potential adopters liken them to a "magic pill" that will provide a cure to all their contract-related headaches. But as 'smart contracts' become more common in more sectors of the economy, lawyers will need to
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday denied review to a New Jersey lawyer's constitutional challenge to New York's requirement that nonresident members of the New York bar maintain a physical office for business within the state.
A Passaic County jury awarded a $3.7 million verdict on March 28 to a Dover electronics company in Electrospec Inc. v. New Jersey Micro-Electronic Testing Inc., a breach-of-contract and fraud suit.
Former Essex County Superior Court Judge Carol Ferentz, Benjamin DelVento and DelVento's sons Benjamin Jr. and Matthew had moved to dismiss the suit by Maurice Donovan.
A former Superior Court judge and three colleagues at her present firm have lost their bid to dismiss a former partner's suit accusing them of theft and computer hacking.
Roxane Laboratories must pay legal fees and costs for two defendants after filing a patent infringement suit that was "exceptionally meritless," a federal judge in Newark has ruled.