Tag: Scarinci Criminal

“No Loitering” vs. “No Trespassing”: What’s the Big Difference?

“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

Bullying Can Lead to Costly Liability for New Jersey Schools

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.