In Facebook v. State, (A-61-21; A-7-22/087054) (June 29, 2023), the Supreme Court of New Jersey held that Facebook can’t be compelled to provide the prospective communications of two users based only on probable cause. Citing the heightened privacy protections involved, the court unanimously held that the state’s wiretap act applies.
In Gannett Satellite Information Network, LLC v. Township of Neptune, (A-63-21/085719) (Decided June 30, 2023), the Supreme Court of New Jersey held that Gannett Satellite Information Network, LLC(Gannett) was not owed attorney’s fees in its records dispute with the Township of Neptune. The court unanimously declined to adopt an exception
In Kathleen DiFiore v. Tomo Pezic (A-58/59/60-21/087091) (Decided June 15, 2023), the Supreme Court of New Jersey clarified the procedures regarding who may attend a defense medical examination (DME) — as well as whether and how such examinations may be recorded — when a plaintiff has alleged cognitive limitations, psychological
In Parsells v. Board of Education of the Borough of Somerville (A-21-22/087261) (Decided June 12, 2023), the Supreme Court of New Jersey held that a Somerville teacher did not knowingly waive her tenured right to a full-time teaching position. The court further found that the Appellate Division erred by imposing