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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 […]

In the published case of Rafanello v. Taylor-Esquivel, et al, the Appellate Division addressed whether a commercial vehicle was required to provide the minimum insurance coverage amount of $750,000 when engaged in interstate or intrastate commerce where the operator of the commercial vehicle was not listed on the insurance policy. […]

Arbitration agreements are now recognized even in circumstances when the methods used to inform employees and to obtain consent to arbitration from employees utilize less than clear procedures. Two recent decisions from the New Jersey Supreme Court, Flanzman v. Jenny Craig (A-66-18) and Skuse v. Pfizer, Inc. (A-86-18) both arising […]

Diane Carrion & John Carrion v. Mountain Creek Resort, Inc., is a personal injury matter that was recently decided by the Appellate Division in New Jersey. The case sheds light on how personal injury attorneys should handle and preserve physical evidence critical to a plaintiff’s case against a defendant. An […]

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