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Sale of a Structured Settlement

Posted in *All Posts, *Published case, Litigation, Remedy

In order to establish a State RICO violation, the Plaintiff must allege at least two predicate acts within a ten-year period

Posted in *All Posts, RICO

A lawyer who advises a client on methods of hindering creditors has committed conspiracy to violate the Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act

Posted in *All Posts, Fraud

The mode-of-operation rule

Posted in *All Posts, *Published case, Negligence, Premises liability

Dismissal of a complaint for failure to provide discovery

Posted in *All Posts, Discovery, Litigation, Motions, Reinstate

It is evidence that must be relied upon to establish a genuine issue of fact

Posted in *All Posts, Litigation, Motions, Summary Judgment

With regard to the enforcement of a Property Settlement Agreement, Rule 1:10-3 provides a mechanism, coercive in nature, to afford relief to a litigant who has not received what a Court Order or Judgment entitles that litigant to receive

Posted in *All Posts, Agreements, Aid of litigants rights, Divorce, Litigation, Motions, Property-settlement-agreement, Settlement agreement

Not every instance of drug use by a parent during pregnancy, standing alone, will substantiate a finding of abuse and neglect

Posted in *All Posts, Child Abuse

The rules are intended to promote the fair and efficient disposition of disputes on their merits; they are not a trap for the unwary or the careless, nor do they serve the interests of justice when used to inflict harm when life’s unforeseen vagaries arise and prevent compliance

Posted in *All Posts, Litigation, Rules to follow

Partition is an equitable remedy

Posted in *All Posts, Partition, Real-estate

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