Past NJ Law Review Updates
Virginia Plaintiff denied personal injury protection benefits pursuant to the Deemer Statute
Our New Jersey Courts have recently decided two cases of interest.
Whether an untimely motion in limine resulting in dismissal of the case, if granted by the Court, violate plaintiff’s right to due process of law.
Was an Insurer Acting in Bad Faith When it Rejected Arbitration Award?
Statute Regulating Step-Down Provisions Does Not Apply Retroactively
Workers' Compensation Division Has Primary Jurisdiction Over Employee/Independent Contractor Distinction Though Not Exclusive
Defendant found not liable under the mode of operation theory when a patron slips on a phone calling card that was discarded outside of the defendant's store on the sidewalk
Is a commercial landlord liable for death due to water-borne Legionnaire's disease?
Is New Jersey Transit, a Public Entity, Required to Provide Uninsured Motorist Coverage to an out-of-State Uninsured Plaintiff Involved in a New Jersey Accident?
Are eyewitnesses required for the plaintiff to establish a dram shop claim?
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