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New Jersey business owners typically obtain insurance for protection against losses or damage to their business. In a recent unpublished opinion, Grand Cru LLC d/b/a Restaurant Nicholas v. Liberty Mutual Insurance Company, et. Als., A-0619-21, the Appellate Division was asked to decide whether a restaurant’s insurance policy provided coverage for […]

What are the challenges of suing a city in New Jersey for personal injury? New Jersey’s Appellate Division recently demonstrated the difficulty of suing a municipality after affirming the dismissal of a personal injury lawsuit brought by a plaintiff who tripped on a nail protruding from the Atlantic City boardwalk. […]

Under the New Jersey Workers’ Compensation Act, an employee is entitled to compensation for an accidental injury if the employee’s injury arose out of and in the course of employment.  In a recent unpublished opinion, Mackoff v. New Brunswick Saw Service, A-3625-19, a salesman was injured in a motor vehicle […]

On July 20, 2021, in a published decision, the New Jersey Appellate Division in Charles Kravitz v. Philip Murphy (A-1584-20), upheld Governor Philip Murphy’s Executive Order 128 (EO 128) that allows residential tenants in New Jersey to use their security deposits to pay rent. Executive Orders for Homeowners, Landlords and […]

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