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In re Guardianship of Dinoia

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The Appellate Division in In re: Guardianship of Dinoia held that the trial court had the authority to compel a county Adult Protective Services unit to … Read more

Satiro v. Maninno

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In Satiro v. Maninno the Superior Court found the pro se appellant’s claim waived as a result filing a 29-issue statement of matters complained of on … Read more

Commonwealth v. Bradley

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The Superior Court affirmed the aggregate sentence — 17 to 34 years of incarceration for non-violent offenses — but remanded for the trial court to … Read more

E.K. v. J.R.A.

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Here, the Superior Court dealt with two interrelated orders. The Court ruled the trial court did not abuse its discretion in granting a PFA, finding … Read more

Hocutt v. Manda Supply Co.

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The Appellate Division affirmed an order granting summary judgment. Because the plaintiff was a “special employee,” the exclusive remedy for his workplace injury was workers’ … Read more

M.S. v. Susquehana Twp. Sch. Dist.

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In a private action under Title IX in M.S. v. Susquehana Twp. Sch. Dist., plaintiff sought damages for injuries suffered as a result of harassment from her … Read more

Guiser v. Sieber

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In Guiser v. Seiber the Superior Court quashed the appeal, in part, because the appellant did not wait for the trial court to rule on post-sentence … Read more

State v. G.E.P.

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In State v. J.L.G., the NJ Supreme Court rejected the use of Child Sexual Abuse Accommodation Syndrome evidence — with the exception of certain testimony … Read more

Carl v. Johnson & Johnson

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In this case, involving multi-county baby powder litigation, the Appellate Division ruled that the trial court abused its discretion when it barred the plaintiff’s’ experts … Read more

United States v. C.S.

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In a rare federal juvenile delinquent appeal, in United States v. C.S., the 3rd Circuit held that the district court was well within its discretion … Read more