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New Jersey Supreme Court Allows Apportioning Negligence Liability to Phantom Defendants in Motor Vehicle Accidents

Insurance Carrier Cancellation Notice Requirements in New Jersey

UPDATE Motorcycle Helmets: Can Non-Use of a Helmet Be Used as Evidence in a Personal Injury Case?

Paying and Chasing is Not as Hard as it Used to Be: Pursuing a Claim Against a Non-Contributing Carrier for Contribution

New Jersey Federal Court Orders Defendant to Produce Surveillance Video of Plaintiff Before Deposition

Social Security Administration Determinations and Their Admissibility (or Lack Thereof) as Evidence in New Jersey

A Failure to Communicate:  Ethical Pitfalls in Negotiating Medicare Subrogation Liens

An Open Letter to Young Litigators: The Importance of Following the Golden Rule

Law Firms are Prime Targets for Data Breaches and Cyber Theft

Arbitration Agreements: Cherry Picking Turned Sour

Fraudulent Joinder and How to Defeat It In Federal Diversity Cases

Does the Act of Repossessing a Debtor’s Vehicle Constitute a Violation of the FDCPA When the Interest Terms are Usurious? 

Premises Liability in Pennsylvania

The Reptile Theory:  A New Plaintiffs’ Strategy to Secure Large Jury Verdicts

Pollution Liability Coverage

The Use of Biomechanical Engineers at Trial

The Internet and Defamation

The Governmental Function Immunity Defense of Municipalities in Personal Injury Cases

Weathering the Storm

Update on Social Media-Related Discovery and Potential Ethical Constraints

False Imprisonment in New York

Ronald Meltzer and the Continued Use of Perjury in Litigation

Tests Employed By the Courts for Sexual Assaults in Bars

Foreseeability and Proximate Cause

Trivial Defects in New York

Current Laws in New York Regarding Piercing the Corporate Veil

Violence in the Workplace

Defending Diskectomy Cases

Top 5 Ways to Document a Slip and Fall Accident

Medical Marijuana and the New Jersey Employer

The Discoverability of Profiles in Social Media and its Effects on Litigation And Evaluation of Claims

Motorcycle Helmets: Can Non-Use of a Helmet Be Used as Evidence in a Personal Injury Case?

The “Trivial Defects” Rule Can Be a Starting Point for a Business Owner's Defense in a Slip and Fall Claim

Producing Documents “Subject to and Without Waiving” Objections May Render Your Objections Null and Void

The Current Standard of Bad Faith Claims in New York


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