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Under New Jersey law, bicyclists, pedestrians and drivers of a motor vehicle have certain responsibilities and duties with respect to using a roadway and in relation to one another. The extent of those responsibilities and duties were examined in the recent, unpublished case of Mariano Simota Bailey v. Jacqueline Hennessey. […]

NJ Supreme Court Affirms Appellate Division Decision and Protects Injured Employee and Medical Providers As discussed in my prior blog on the matter of The Plastic Surgery Center v. Malouf Chevrolet-Cadillac, 457 N.J. Super. 565 (App. Div. 2019), the Appellate Division held that a six-year statute of limitations, rather than […]

In the personal injury matter of Pareja v. Princeton Int’l Properties, the Appellate Division released an important decision on April 9, 2020, (A-2111-18T3) regarding a commercial landowner’s potential responsibility to keep its public walkways along its property safe, via snow and ice removal, even when precipitation is falling. This is […]

The court determined that the RRAS is an appropriate tool to help assess the risk of re-offense for sex offenders who are convicted of one offense for possession or distribution of child pornography. In In the Matter of Registrant J.G., a published Appellate Division decision from April 13, 2020, the […]

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