Even lawyers are answerable to the law. New Jersey's Disciplinary Review Board has recommended suspensions for two attorneys who have evidently neglected clients and their cases.
Black boxes and GPS in cars could encroach on the freedom of New Jersey residents as well as others throughout the nation. It appears that the potential for auto-manufacturers to use GPS technology to determine when drivers break laws is already available in most new cars.
The medical malpractice insurance carrier must still cover a doctor who lied on his policy application and who is now being sued. A New Jersey appeals court published this ruling regarding the case of DeMarco v. Stoddard.
The Paulsboro Freight Train derailment case is headed back to New Jersey Court. No definitive ruling has happened - yet.
Widespread fraud has been found among New Jersey school district employees and their families who written false applications so their kids could get free lunches. At least 109 public employees have been found so far, with a total of under-reported income at $13 million.