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SHORT HILLS, N.J., March 30 /PRNewswire/ -- In a case of first impression, the New Jersey Supreme Court today held that an employee who exchanged e-mail messages with her lawyer through her personal, password-protected, web-based e-mail account could reasonably expect that the communications would remain private and confidential, and that sending and receiving them using a company laptop did not eliminate the attorney-client privilege that protected them. By reading e-mails that were at least...
Authorities in New Jersey said a 30-inch alligator was captured in the town of Sparta while a larger gator remained on the loose in Trenton. Sparta police said a man discovered the 30-inch reptile behind the grill on his deck while preparing for a barbecue Aug.
TRENTON, N.J., Feb. 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Marcus Rayner, Executive Director of the New Jersey Lawsuit Reform Alliance, today issued the following statement in reaction to the New Jersey Supreme Court's ruling in Bosland v.
A union has the right to display an inflatable balloon in the shape of a rat during protests, the New Jersey Supreme Court ruled Thursday. The court found that an ordinance in Lawrence, N.J., banning inflatable signs isn't content-neutral because it allows businesses to use them for grand openings. The case began in 2005 when Local 269 of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers protested outside Gold's Gym because of a dispute with a contractor working there.
By - The Associated Press TRENTON, N.J. - Cries for help inside a Trenton, N.J., home turned out to be for the birds. Neighbors called police Wednesday morning after hearing a woman's persistent cry of "Help me! Help me!" coming from a house.
By Report A Jewish police officer could sue his department for maintaining a hostile work environment based on derogatory comments and jokes about his religion by supervisors and colleagues, the New Jersey Supreme Court has ruled in reinstating a jury verdict.
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