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Update on NJ Court Proceedings from Supreme Court Due to COVID-19 Pandemic

By on March 30, 2020 in Other with 0 Comments

On Friday, March 27, 2020, the New Jersey Supreme Court issued an omnibus order addressing the suspension of court proceedings, extension of deadlines and tolling time periods. The Court had been issuing almost daily orders but this order addressed the extension of those time periods based upon the current restrictions on movement and activity recommended […]

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Update On Arbitration Hearings In New Jersey State Court

By on March 20, 2020 in Other with 0 Comments

My blog yesterday reported that it was unclear how the New Jersey state court would handle arbitration hearings. We received a notice from the court this afternoon that all arbitrations were cancelled until April 10, 2020. They will be rescheduled. However, civil arbitrations will resume as of April 13, 2020 with participation to be either […]

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Coronavirus Continues To Disrupt Court Proceedings

By on March 19, 2020 in Other with 0 Comments

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, all New Jersey state court trials remain on hiatus. All are cancelled until further notice, except for ongoing trials. By order of the Chief Justice, all discovery deadlines are relaxed to permit the extension of discovery deadlines. For computation of the statute of limitations, March 16, 2020 to March 27, […]

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New Jersey Suspends All Jury Trials in Response to Coronavirus

By on March 13, 2020 in Other with 0 Comments

While I typically report on recent cases, I wanted to inform all clients that, as of March 12, 2020, Chief Justice Rabner announced that New Jersey state courts will suspend all new jury trials until further notice to help minimize community exposure to the coronavirus. Jury trials already in progress will continue. As for nonjury […]

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New Jersey Extends Duty of Care Owed by Employer to Cohabitant of Employee for Exposure to Toxic Substance

By on July 21, 2016 in Coverage, Duty of Care, Liability with 0 Comments

The New Jersey Supreme Court previously recognized that an employer, as a landowner, could be liable for injuries from an asbestos exposure suffered by the wife of a worker who laundered her husband’s soiled, asbestos exposed work clothes. (Olivo v. Owens-Illinois, Inc., 186 N.J. 394 (2006)). In the recent case of Schwartz v. Accuratus Corp., 2016 […]

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