NJLRA was pleased to present Assemblyman Craig Coughlin (D-Middlesex) and Senator Steven Oroho (R-Sussex) with its first Outstanding Legislator awards at our biannual Membership Luncheon. Event photosRead More »
In three seminal cases, the U.S. Supreme Court adopted stricter standards for admissibility of expert testimony. New Jersey remains one of a few states that has not yet updated its rules of evidence to reflect a Daubert-style test.
Join us on March 1 for a panel discussion moderated by the Honorable Edwin H. Stern, P.J.A.D. (ret).
CLE credit pending
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Tuesday, March 12th, 12:00 p.m. | Trenton Country ClubRead More »
Roche, manufacturer of popular Accutane medication, argues that Judge’s public comments indicate bias.Read More »
A recent tide of outrageous lawsuits and vacancies on the State Supreme Court are contributing to a hostile business climate in New Jersey, according to a survey conducted by the Rutgers-Eagleton Institute.
Nearly three quarters of small businesses surveyed said it was “very important” that the Governor and State Senate resolve their impasse in order to fill vacancies on the state’s Supreme Court, which began in 2010.Read More »
FEMA and Small Business Assistance
Atlantic, Cape May, Essex, Hudson, Middlesex, Monmouth, Ocean, and Union County residents and businesses affected by the storm must register with FEMA in order to receive assistance. The Federal Small Business Association may be able to assist those with businesses in the affected areas.
Instantly donate $10 to the American Red Cross by texting “REDCROSS” to 90999. Donate online here. For non-cash donations, visit Jersey Shore Hurricane News for the most up-to-date drop-off locations.
Help is needed in the Northern and Coastal parts of the state to sort donations and dispense meals, flashlights, and toiletries. Jersey Shore Hurricane News has the most up-to-date information about where manpower is most needed, as well as information about gas stations. The Red Cross also has a mobile app you can use to find blood donation sites. Access it here to find out where to donate blood.Read More »
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 »