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  • The Bar Report

    Articles by and about the State Bar Association.

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  • SCOTUS Ruling Shows Dangers of Judicial Elections

    Fortunately, New Jersey judges and justices are appointed and we do not have to worry about the financing of judicial elections.

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  • Make Palimony Law Retroactive

    We have on numerous occasions editorialized that oral agreements between unmarried couples for support and maintenance, so-called palimony, should be unenforceable because the evidence in support of them is intrinsically unreliable and because they present a temptation to do retroactive justice without regard to what the parties had actually agreed to.

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  • Hobbs Reflects on Challenges Faced by Seton Hall

    Patrick Hobbs, who is set to step down as dean of Seton Hall University School of Law on June 30, steered the school through unprecedented change during his time at the helm.

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  • Homeowner Who Fell While Inspecting Work on His Home Settles for $2M

    An Upper Saddle River man who suffered head and spinal injuries during construction of an addition at his home agreed to a $2 million settlement of his Bergen County suit.

  • Rabner Talks Bail Reform, Business Track and Tech Upgrades

    Chief Justice Stuart Rabner gave his state of the judiciary address May 15 at the State Bar Association's annual meeting in Atlantic City.

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  • $485,000 for Fall in Wisconsin Hotel Lot

    A woman who slipped in fell in the parking lot of a hotel in Marshfield, Wisconsin, received $485,000 for her alleged injuries.

  • Middlesex Bar Honors Vos with Transactional Practice Awards

    The Middlesex County Bar Association held its 10th annual practice area awards dinner on March 18 at The Pines Manor in Edison.

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  • Court Upholds $1.7M Fee Award in Title Insurance Dispute

    A New Jersey appeals court has upheld a $1.7 million attorney fee award against a title insurance company, finding that the work billed for in the underlying title disputes fell within the insurance policies' defense coverage provisions.

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  • On The Move: Jeffrey Hall Joins Stark & Stark

    Stark & Stark announces that Jeffrey Hall has joined the firm as a partner in the Lawrenceville office.

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