The Truth About TCCWNA

Over the past few years, we’ve been sounding the alarm about the unique danger New Jersey’s Truth-in-Consumer Contract, Warranty and Notice Act (TCCWNA) poses to our state’s businesses. Unfortunately, it seems members of the trial bar are the only ones listening. Plaintiffs’ attorneys are filing an increasing number of TCCWNA-based class actions against companies doing business in New Jersey.   Graph of TCCWNA decisions.


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Focusing on TCCWNA Reform

You know your state has a litigation problem when even onlookers across the pond in London are calling you out. Things have gotten pretty bad for businesses in New Jersey since plaintiffs’ attorneys began flooding the courts with Truth-in-Consumer Contract, Warranty and Notice Act (TCCWNA) lawsuits over the terms of service agreements on business websites.

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Rabner Assigns Judges Their Jobs for 2016-17

As Chief Justice Stuart Rabner joked when he was the keynote speaker at one of our luncheons, he spends 65% of his time judging cases and 65% doing administrative work. One of his core administrative duties, as specified by Article VI, Section 7 of the New Jersey Constitution, is to “assign Judges of the Superior Court to the Divisions and Parts of the Superior Court…” This week he released the order detailing how our state’s judges will be spending their time on the bench starting September 1.

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