The Supreme Court of New Jersey recently agreed to hear Christopher J. Gramiccioni v. Department of Law and Public Safety. The case involves whether the Attorney General’s Office was required to indemnify the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office over a wrongful death lawsuit brought by the estate of a woman killed by
In Blake Gardens, LLC v. State of New Jersey, U.S. District Judge Peter Sheridan of the District of New Jersey struck down a New Jersey law that reclassified Alzheimer’s residences as health care facilities and placed them under the jurisdiction of the Department of Health (DOH). The law, New Jersey P.L. 2015 c.
Over the past decade, students aged 12-17 have experienced a 59 percent increase in depression and emotional disorders. In light of that, it is increasingly important for New Jersey schools to take a proactive approach to mental health. Under a new law, New Jersey schools must incorporate mental health into
In the Matter of Registrant, G.H. and G.A., (A-38-18/081737)(Decided October 29, 2019), the Supreme Court of New Jersey held that a provision of Megan’s Law that requires some sex offenders to register for life does not apply retroactively. Facts of Matter of Registrant, G.H. and G.A. Registrants G.H. and G.A.
The New Jersey Supreme Court recently heard oral arguments in a case concerning what type of evidence is admissible to show that a defendant was under the influence of narcotics while driving, specifically the admissibility of drug recognition expert (DRE) testimony. The court’s decision in State v. Michael Olenowski is likely
The Third Circuit Court of Appeals recently held in Golden v. New Jersey Inst. of Tech. that an author was wrongly denied fees under the New Jersey Open Public Records Act (“OPRA”). According to the appeals court, although the fact that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (“FBI”) directed the New Jersey
The Supreme Court of New Jersey recently agreed to consider the extent of social host liability under New Jersey law. The case, Estate of Narleski v. Gomes, specifically involves whether there is a legal duty of the owners or occupants of a home to prevent underage individuals from consuming alcohol
In Turco v. City of Englewood, the Third Circuit addressed when abortion clinic buffer zones run afoul of the U.S. Constitution. It held that the lower court erred in striking down an Englewood ordinance intended to deter “sidewalk counseling” of women entering an abortion clinic. Facts of Turco v. City