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  1. State v. ML (1991)

    Tried to a jury, defendant M.L. was convicted of endangering the welfare of a child, N.J.S.A. 2C:24-4a. Defendant was sentenced to a four-year term of probation, conditioned upon her serving a six-month custodial term, obtaining employment, enrolling in a drug-treatment program, submitting to urine monitoring and attending psychological counselling. A $30 Violent Crimes Compensation Board penalty was also imposed.


    Court: New Jersey Superior Court
  2. D'Onofrio v. D'Onofrio (1976)

    Following a plenary hearing pursuant to N.J.S.A. 9:2-2, the court granted the application of defendant Phyllis D'Onofrio for leave to remove her children, a boy of the age of six and a girl of the age of four, to South Carolina for purposes of establishing permanent residency there. The application was granted over the objection of the father of the children, Dominick D'Onofrio, who obtained a no-fault divorce from Mrs. D'Onofrio in December 1973 by a judgment granting her custody of the [...]

    Court: New Jersey Superior Court
  3. Broadwell Realty Services, Inc. v. Fidelity & Cas. Co. of NY (1987)

    Elmer M. Matthews, filed a brief amicus curiae for Insurance Environmental Litigation Association (Piper & Marbury, of counsel; Thomas W. Brunner, Laura A. Foggan and John W. Cavilia, on the brief).


    Court: New Jersey Superior Court
  4. McIntosh v. Milano (1979)

    Defendant Michael Milano, M.D., a board-certified psychiatrist licensed to practice in New Jersey, seeks summary judgment dismissing the complaint in this wrongful death action on the ground that he owed no duty to plaintiff's decedent and daughter, Kimberly McIntosh (sometimes referred to as decedent). On July 8, 1975 Lee Morgenstein, who by then had been a patient of defendant for slightly more than two years, murdered decedent.[1]


    Court: New Jersey Superior Court
  5. Dendrite Intern., Inc. v. Doe No. 3 (2001)

    Michael S. Vogel argued the cause for appellant (Allegaert Berger & Vogel and Robert L. Weigel (Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher) of the New York bar, admitted pro hac vice, attorneys; Mr. Vogel, Mr. Weigel, Lee G. Dunst and David A. Zonana, on the brief).


    Court: New Jersey Superior Court
  6. New Jersey Citizen Action v. Schering-Plough Corp. (2003)

    Thomas M. Sobol (Hagens Berman) of the Boston bar, admitted pro hac vice, argued the cause for the appellants (Lite DePalma Greenberg & Rivas; Williams, Cuker & Berezofsky; Milberg, Weiss, Bershad, Hynes & Lerach; Carey & Danis; Rosenfeld & Associates; and Lawrence G. Soicher, attorneys; Allyn Z. Lite and Bruce D. Greenberg, of counsel and on the brief; Mary Jean Pizza, on the brief).


    Court: New Jersey Superior Court
  7. Wm. Blanchard Co. v. Beach Concrete Co., Inc. (1977)

    Mr. John C. Heavey argued the cause for plaintiff-appellant (Messrs. Carpenter, Bennett & Morrissey, attorneys; Mr. William A. Carpenter, Jr. and Mr. Heavey on the brief).


    Court: New Jersey Superior Court
  8. Longworth v. Van Houten (1988)

    Alan H. Bernstein argued the cause for appellant The Ohio Casualty Group of Insurance Companies (Brach, Eichler, Rosenberg, Silver, Bernstein, Hammer & Gladstone, attorneys; Alan H. Bernstein, of counsel; Samuel N. Faivus, on the brief).


    Court: New Jersey Superior Court
  9. Ensslin v. Township of North Bergen (1994)

    Deborah T. Poritz, Attorney General of New Jersey, attorney for respondent Merit System Board, in A-959-92T2 only, has filed a Statement in Lieu of brief (JoAnn Fitzpatrick, Deputy Attorney General, on the Statement).


    Court: New Jersey Superior Court
  10. Mayflower Industries v. Thor Corp. (1951)

    Plaintiff, Mayflower Industries, has moved for summary judgment in its favor on the "First Counterclaim" filed by the defendant, Thor Corporation, and on the counterclaim filed by the defendant, Teldisco, Inc.


    Court: New Jersey Superior Court
  11. State v. Michaels (1993)

    Robert Rosenthal and William M. Kunstler (admitted pro hac vice), argued the cause for appellant (Morton Stavis, attorney; Daniel V. Finneran, Daniel R. Williams and Mr. Rosenthal, of counsel; Messrs. Stavis and Williams, on the briefs).


    Court: New Jersey Superior Court
  12. Atlantic Mut. Ins. Co. v. Hillside Bottling Co., Inc. (2006)

    Harold A. Jerry, Princeton, III argued the cause for respondents Hillside Bottling Co., Inc., and Snapple Beverage Group (Jerry & Jerry, attorneys; Mr. Jerry and Donna M. D'Anna, on the brief).


    Court: New Jersey Superior Court
  13. State v. Hale (1974)

    Defendant appeals his conviction on an indictment charging him with robbery in violation of N.J.S.A. 2A:141-1 and possession of a firearm while committing robbery in violation of N.J.S.A. 2A:151-5. Defendant's sole ground of appeal is that the trial court erred in admitting into evidence a confession which the court had previously ruled to be inadmissible at the first trial.


    Court: New Jersey Superior Court
  14. Berman v. Gurwicz (1981)

    The Regency Towers is a large condominium situated at 5200 Boardwalk in Ventnor, New Jersey. The individual plaintiffs purchased condominium units at the Regency; some executed their purchase agreements prior to construction, others afterward. The Regency Towers Condominium Association is a plaintiff composed of all owners of units at the Regency. These units are subject to a lease entitled "Recreation and Health Unit Agreement," entered into between the Regency Towers, as landlord, and the [...]

    Court: New Jersey Superior Court
  15. Cummings v. Bahr (1996)

    Michael D. Carroll argued the cause for appellant Cynthia Cummings (Tomar, Simonoff, Adourian, O'Brien, Kaplan, Jacoby & Graziano, attorneys; Mr. Carroll, of counsel and on the brief; Julie L. Davis, on the brief).


    Court: New Jersey Superior Court Docket: Argued November 6, 1996
  16. Diamond Shamrock Chemicals v. Aetna (1992)

    Michael P. Tierney argued the cause for appellant (Pitney, Hardin, Kipp & Szuch, attorneys; James C. Pitney and Dennis R. LaFiura on the brief; Cahill Gordon & Reindel (Raymond L. Falls, Jr., Leonard A. Spivak, Michael P. Tierney, Thorn Rosenthal and Peter F. Lake) of counsel).


    Court: New Jersey Superior Court
  17. McKee v. Harris-Seybold Co. (1970)

    This matter arises out of a motion for summary judgment in favor of defendant Harris-Seybold Company, Division of Harris-Intertype Corp., on the amended complaint filed by plaintiffs and cross-claims asserted by the co-defendants.


    Court: New Jersey Superior Court
  18. State v. Heitzman (1986)

    On this appeal defendant contends that his guilty plea should have been set aside because (1) there was no factual basis for the plea and (2) he was not forewarned of his potential loss of public employment by the judge who accepted the plea agreement. We disagree and affirm.


    Court: New Jersey Superior Court
  19. Perth Amboy Iron Works v. Am. Home (1988)

    Rudy B. Coleman argued the cause for respondent General Motors Corporation (Carpenter, Bennett & Morrissey, attorneys; Rudy B. Coleman, of counsel; Rudy B. Coleman and Stephen F. Payerle, on the brief).


    Court: New Jersey Superior Court
  20. D'Onofrio v. D'Onofrio (1976)

    Before Judges LORA, CRANE and MICHELS.

    Mr. LeRoy D. Safro argued the cause for appellant.

    Mr. George D. Rosenthal argued the cause for respondent (Messrs. Rosenthal and Rubinowitz, attorneys; Mr. Jerome L. Rubinowitz on the brief).

    PER CURIAM.

    We affirm substantially for the reasons expressed in the written opinion of Judge Pressler, 144 N.J. Super. 200 (Ch. Div. 1976).


    Court: New Jersey Superior Court

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