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  1. Manalapan Realty v. Township Committee of the Township of Manalapan (1995)

    Michael M. Rosenbaum argued the cause for appellant Manalapan Realty, L.P., etc. (Budd, Larner, Gross, Rosenbaum, Greenberg & Sade, attorneys; Mr. Rosenbaum, Robert Novack, and Mary L. Moore, on the briefs).


    Court: Supreme Court of New Jersey
  2. Brill v. Guardian Life Ins. Co. of America (1995)

    This appeal involves a claim of negligence against a life-insurance broker and his agency for failing to advise a prospective insured of the possibility of securing immediate, temporary coverage upon completion of the application process. The trial court granted summary judgment holding the broker and his agency liable for the face value of the policy. The important question raised is whether the trial court incorrectly granted a summary judgment motion in favor of the insured. A subset of that [...]

    Court: Supreme Court of New Jersey
  3. DiProspero v. Penn (2005)

    Robert Peter Connell argued the cause for amicus curiae Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of New Jersey (Connell, Connell & Camassa, attorneys; Mr. Connell and Michael J. Deem, on the brief).


    Court: Supreme Court of New Jersey Docket: Argued November 29, 2004
  4. Rova Farms Resort v. Investors Ins. Co. (1974)

    Mr. Robert F. Novins argued the cause for plaintiff-respondent and cross-appellant (Messrs. Novins, Novins, Farley & Grossman, attorneys; Mr. Edward F. Liston, Jr., on the brief; Mr. Novins, of counsel).


    Court: Supreme Court of New Jersey
  5. Henningsen v. Bloomfield Motors, Inc. (1960)

    Mr. Bernard Chazen argued the cause for plaintiffs (Mr. Carmen C. Rusignola, attorney; Messrs. Baker, Garber & Chazen, of counsel; Mr. Martin Itzikman, on the brief).


    Court: Supreme Court of New Jersey
  6. State v. Johnson (1964)

    Mr. Peter Murray, Assistant Essex County Prosecutor argued the cause for plaintiff-appellant (Mr. Brendan T. Byrne, Essex County Prosecutor, attorney; Mr. Murray, of counsel and on the brief).


    Court: Supreme Court of New Jersey
  7. Doe v. Poritz (1995)

    Deborah T. Poritz, Attorney General of New Jersey, argued the cause pro se (Ms. Poritz, attorney; Joseph L. Yannotti and Jane A. Grall, Assistant Attorneys General, and Madeleine W. Mansier, Deputy Attorney General, of counsel; Ms. Grall, Ms. Mansier, Michael J. Haas and Karen L. Suter, Senior Deputy Attorneys General, Rhonda S. Berliner, Patrick DeAlmeida, B. Stephan Finkel, Todd A. Wigder, and Sharon M. Hallanan, Deputy Attorneys General, on the briefs).

    Court: Supreme Court of New Jersey
  8. Weedo v. Stone-E-Brick, Inc. (1979)

    Messrs. Budd, Larner, Kent, Gross, Picillo & Rosenbaum, filed a brief on behalf of amicus curiae The Travelers Insurance Company (Mr. Mark D. Larner, of counsel; Ms. Harriet F. Klein, on the brief).


    Court: Supreme Court of New Jersey
  9. State v. Ramseur (1987)

    James K. Smith, Jr., Deputy Public Defender, Lois A. DeJulio, First Assistant Deputy Public Defender, and Matthew Astore, Assistant Deputy Public Defender, argued the cause for appellant (Thomas S. Smith, Jr., Former Acting Public Defender, attorney; James K. Smith, Jr., of counsel; Lois A. DeJulio, Matthew Astore, Judith L. Borman, Jane Ellen Haburay, Claudia Van Wyk, and Patricia Kern, Assistant Deputy Public Defenders, on the briefs).


    Court: Supreme Court of New Jersey
  10. State v. ML (1992)

    Petitions for Certification

    Denied.

    253 N.J. Super. 13 600 A.2d 1211


    Court: Supreme Court of New Jersey
  11. Printing Mart v. Sharp Electronics (1989)

    D. Gayle Loftis argued the cause for appellants (Chasan, Leyner, Tarrant & D'Italia, attorneys; D. Gayle Loftis and Cindy Nan Vogelman, of counsel and on the briefs).


    Court: Supreme Court of New Jersey
  12. Cesare v. Cesare (1998)

    This appeal involves a domestic violence dispute and the interpretation of the Prevention of Domestic Violence Act, N.J.S.A. 2C:25-17 to -33 ("Act" or "DVA"). Specifically, this case concerns the standard of appellate review that should be applied and the role a past history of abuse should play under the Act in evaluating a domestic violence complaint that alleges terroristic threats and harassment. The trial court found that defendant's conduct violated the Domestic Violence Act and [...]

    Court: Supreme Court of New Jersey
  13. Cox v. Sears Roebuck & Co. (1994)

    Mary K. Potter, Deputy Attorney General, argued the cause for amicus curiae Attorney General of New Jersey (Deborah T. Poritz, Attorney General, attorney; Andrea M. Silkowitz, Assistant Attorney General, of counsel).


    Court: Supreme Court of New Jersey
  14. Lehmann v. ToysR'Us, Inc. (1993)

    James R. Williams, a member of the New York bar, argued the cause for respondents and cross-appellants (Greenberg, Dauber & Epstein, attorneys; Mr. Williams, Scott T. Baken, a member of the New York bar, and Ina B. Lewisohn, of counsel).


    Court: Supreme Court of New Jersey
  15. Gennari v. Weichert Co. Realtors (1997)

    Martin Newmark argued the cause for appellant and cross-respondent Weichert Co. Realtors (Broderick, Newmark & Grather, attorneys; Mr. Newmark and Alan J. Baldwin, on the briefs).


    Court: Supreme Court of New Jersey
  16. State v. MacOn (1971)

    On an indictment for murder, defendant was convicted of manslaughter and sentenced to a term of seven to ten years. The Appellate Division affirmed. Defendant then appealed to us, raising two questions. One is whether the Appellate Division used an unconstitutional standard of review in dealing with a claim of error. The other question is whether the sentence was excessive.


    Court: Supreme Court of New Jersey Docket: Argued November 9, 1970
  17. Santor v. a & M KARAGHEUSIAN, INC. (1965)

    Plaintiff was awarded a judgment of $1,512 representing the cost of certain carpeting he purchased from a retailer of the manufacturer, defendant A & M Karagheusian, Inc. The carpeting was sold as Grade No. 1 and turned out to be defective. The judgment was entered also against defendant Seaboard Floor Covering, Inc., the distributor and wholly-owned subsidiary of Karagheusian which sold the carpeting to the retailer from whom plaintiff bought it. (The matter was treated at the trial level [...]

    Court: Supreme Court of New Jersey Docket: Argued November 2, 1964
  18. Pierce v. Ortho Pharmaceutical Corp. (1980)

    This case presents the question whether an employee at will has a cause of action against her employer to recover damages for the termination of her employment following her refusal to continue a project she viewed as medically unethical. Resolution of this question involves an examination of the common law doctrine of at will employment to determine whether we should adopt an exception to the rule allowing an employer to discharge an at will employee without cause.


    Court: Supreme Court of New Jersey Docket: Argued November 13, 1979
  19. State v. Locurto (1999)

    This appeal involves a conviction for driving while intoxicated (DWI). Both the East Brunswick Township Municipal Court and the Law Division found the testimony of the arresting police officer to be more credible than the testimony of defendant. The Appellate Division in a published opinion reversed the conviction after rejecting the lower courts' credibility determinations. 304 N.J.Super. 514, 701 A.2d 702 (1997). The primary issue before us is whether the Appellate Division exceeded the scope [...]

    Court: Supreme Court of New Jersey
  20. Rendine v. Pantzer (1995)

    Matthew R. Gabrielson, Deputy Attorney General, argued the cause for amicus curiae, Attorney General of New Jersey (Deborah T. Poritz, Attorney General, attorney; Joseph L. Yannotti, Assistant Attorney General, of counsel).


    Court: Supreme Court of New Jersey

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