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Regulation of languages in an increasingly multicultural workplace remains a sensitive and challenging issue for healthcare providers in 2018. As the modern workforce in the United States becomes increasingly culturally diverse, an increasing proportion of employees in the healthcare field speak in languages other than English, particularly in senior living […]

Can a divorced parent, who is the parent of primary residence[1], remove his/her child from the State of New Jersey without a Court Order and over the objection of the other parent? The Trial Court decided no and its decision was affirmed by the New Jersey Appellate Division. In the […]

Recently, the Appellate Division decided the case State v. DeJesus (Docket No. A-2859-15T3, October 5, 2018).  While this case has not been approved for publication, it provides a detailed discussion of identification/hearsay issues and the elements of prosecutorial misconduct and examples thereof. The defendant in this case was convicted of […]

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