“No Trespassing” and “No Loitering” signs can be an effective means for New Jersey municipalities to deter criminal activity and prevent injury lawsuits. A new decision by a New Jersey appellate court clarifies just how much legal weight these signs carry. State v. Gibson specifically considered whether it mattered that
New Jersey has some of the strictest anti-bullying laws in the country. They require the state’s public school systems to take specific steps to prevent and address bullying at school. As highlighted by a recent New Jersey school lawsuit, failures to comply with the law can lead to significant liability.