Tag: #Notice

A.A.R. v. J.R.C.

The New Jersey Appellate Division ruled that procedural due process requires that before trial, judges inform the defendants in domestic violence proceedings both of the serious consequences resulting from the

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Hall v. Millersville Univ.

The plaintiffs sued their daughter’s college under Title IX after the daughter’s boyfriend murdered her in her dorm room. The college maintained a Title IX Policy, which defined sexual misconduct

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In re M.N.K.

The Pennsylvania Superior Court affirmed an order of the Orphans’ Court, terminating the appellant’s parental rights. The issue was procedural. The appellant argued that he was not adequately served with

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Graves v. Graves

The Pennsylvania Superior Court confronted an issue of first impression: Whether a trial court can award custody of a child to a non-custodial parent that did not file a petition

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State v. Rodriguez

In these consolidated appeals, the New Jersey Appellate Division reviewed orders that dismissed a grand jury indictment. The State alleged the defendants practiced medicine without a license, fraudulently billed for

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McNellis-Wallace v. Hoffman

The Appellate Division ruled in McNellis-Wallace v. Hoffman that a malpractice attorney could not sustain a claim against successor attorneys for contribution and indemnification where the original attorney negligently failed

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Carr v. Michuk

More than one month after a defense verdict in a non-jury trial, the plaintiff filed a motion for leave to file a post-trial motion nunc pro tunc. The trial court denied

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