What do you do when confronted with a disgruntled and out-of-control litigant who continually files frivolous lawsuits against the same client involving the same dispute previously resolved by a final judgment in the Superior Court of New Jersey?
The short answer is you seek an injunction, as our firm successfully obtained this past week in th ... Read More.
New Jersey employers must be mindful of the Appellate Division's recent decision negating an arbitration agreement that failed to identify the arbitration forum or the method by which arbitration would be conducted. Flanzman v. Jenny Craig, Inc., et al., Docket No. A-2580-17T1 (App. Div. October 17, 2018).
In this particular case, an 82-year ol ... Read More.
In a published decision issued on October 4, 2018, the New Jersey Appellate Division issued a controversial ruling that allows a homeowner to pursue a claim against Bank of America under the New Jersey Truth-in-Consumer Contract, Warranty and Notice Act (TCCWNA) due to the defendants' failure to identify the lender's name and address in several pre ... Read More.
In the context of a medical malpractice suit, the NJ Supreme Court recently held that it is not permissible to answer a specific written interrogatory question in pretrial discovery by burying the information in a document dump without citing to the specific documents that are responsive to the question. Brugaletta v. Garcia, _ N.J. _ (July 25, 2 ... Read More.