Month: July 2019

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NJ Supreme Court Clarifies Requirements for PFRS Survivor Benefits

In S.L.W. v. New Jersey Division of Pensions and Benefits, the Supreme Court of New Jersey held that children of Police and Firemen’s Retirement System (PFRS) members are not required to meet a dependency requirement to be entitled to survivor benefits. According to the court, its conclusion is consistent with

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NJ Supreme Court Confirms Co-Worker Not Liable for Failing to Report Colleague’s Underage Sexual Relationship

In G.A.-H. v. K.G.G., (A-25/26-18/081545) (Decided June 26, 2019), the Supreme Court of New Jersey held that the employer and co-worker of a man who sexually abused a minor can’t be held liable for failing to report the abuse to law enforcement. According to the court, no reasonable trier of fact