Eligible voters may cast a ballot at their county clerk’s office during regular business hours today and tomorrow. (Click here for your county clerk’s location).
Voters displaced by Hurricane Sandy may vote at ANY open polling location and may cast a provisional ballot.
For displaced voters with access to the Internet or a fax machine, you may vote by email or fax by downloading an application here.
For additional questions, please call 1-877-NJVOTER.Read More »
10/8/12 – Management of the 40-year-old dockside eatery agonized over the decision to end a tradition that had set the place apart from a long line of pubs bragging a great burger and a pint.
But Sherman, the owner, said the restaurant has been sued three times in the last several years over customers who fell. The restaurant reached undisclosed settlements with the plaintiff in each case. He also receives frequent calls from people who claim they fell on the peanut shells the night before, prompting worries over more lawsuits.
“Every time they slip and fall they blame it on the peanuts,” he said.Read More »
The most successful corporations in the United States view New Jersey’s civil justice climate as worse than most, according to a study released by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.Read More »
Read NJLRA’s op-ed in the Star-Ledger to find outRead More »
Click here to send a letter to your legislator.Read More »
Judge David Rand rejected the plaintiff’s effort to hold the text sender liable. “Were I to extend a duty of care [to the text sender] in this case, in my judgment any form of distraction could potentially serve as a basis of liability,” he said.
It was a horrible accident: the Morris County teenager, tinkering with unimportant texts while behind the wheel, struck a motorcycle ridden by a couple. They were severely injured and each had a leg amputated. They’ve described it as being in prison, and their lives will never be the same.
But the couple’s attorney has filed a lawsuit against not just the teenager – but the person he was conversing with via text at the time of the accident.Read More »
If enacted, plaintiffs and defendants would be able to appeal class action certification immediately.Read More »
4/20/12- Even in the best of times, small business owners’ days are long and downtime scarce. Time spent away from one’s business often requires a trade off in commerce. And keeping up with the ever-changing rules, regulations, and requirements can be a job in itself.
Too often, small business owners say that they don’t vote in “off year” elections for the state legislature because they’re not as important as Presidential elections.Read More »