Tag: #StatutoryInterpretation

In re N.J.A.C. 17:2-6.5

The New Jersey Appellate Division invalidated a 2017 amendment to N.J.A.C. 17:2-6.5, which governs accidental disability pensions for public employees. The amendment’s definition of “willful negligence” extended the statute beyond

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Premier Physician Network, LLC v. Maro

The New Jersey Appellate Division reversed the trial court’s order granting, in part, the plaintiff’s partial summary judgment motion. The Court affirmed the order denying the defendants’ partial summary-judgment cross-motion.

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State v. Sanders

In State v. Sanders, the defendant appealed his convictions of murder, unlawful possession of a weapon, and endangering an injured victim. The novel issue presented in the appeal was whether

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In re J.D.

In the case of In re J.D., three women alleged that J.D. sexually assaulted them years earlier when they and J.D. were minors. The State filed juvenile delinquency complaints against

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Commonwealth v. Wardlaw

Do you try criminal cases before juries? If so, read the Pennsylvania Supreme Court’s decision in Commonwealth v. Wardlow. The Court held that Pa.R.A.P. 311(a)(6) affords an interlocutory appeal as

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In re The Nomination of Rania Major

In re The Nomination of Rania Major involved objections to Ms. Major’s nominating petition for Judge of the Municipal Court of Philadelphia County. 213 of the petition’s signature lines were challenged

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