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Can Attorneys be Held Liable for Damages to the Adverse Client?

On October 9, 2014, the New Jersey Supreme Court announced that it would hear the case of Innes v. Marzano-Lesnevich. The case deals with the interesting question of whether attorneys can be held liable for damages to...more

Appellate Court Notes

?AC35507 - State v. Wright - ?AC35289, AC36395 - Southport Congregational Church-United Church of Christ v. Hadley - The doctrine of equitable conversion did not apply when the decedent contracted to sell real...more

Appellate Court Notes

SC18942, SC18993, SC18994 - Perry v. Perry - Attorney appointed for a minor child cannot appeal the trial court’s award of only a portion of her fees w/o trial court permission. But that same attorney has personal...more

Legal Byte: Is judicial legal advice the same as an advisory opinion?

This Legal Byte analyzes whether a judge's advice to a litigant or an attorney is the same as an "advisory opinion." Citations to case law are provided. Thank you. Alan Goldberg alangoldberglaw@gmail.com Appeals, civil...more

DRUG TESTING AND CHILD WELFARE

Document from HHS on drug testing for child welfare. Relevant to family law and civpro....more

SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND CHILD WELFARE COURTS

This Document from Health and Human Services serves as a guide for substance abuse and child welfare. Relevant to civil procedure and Family law issues....more

Helping Witnesses Remember More

Basic psychological research shows that you can help your eye witnesses to remember more using a simple strategy: have them close their eyes! Read about how this works and see experienced ASTC-member trial consultants...more

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