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In workers’ compensation cases, the scope of appellate review is limited to whether the findings made could reasonably have been reached on sufficient credible evidence present in the record, considering the proofs as a whole, with due regard to the opportunity of the one who heard the witnesses to judge of their credibility

Posted in *All Posts, Appeal, Workers Compensation

The scope of an appellate court’s review in an appeal from a final decision of an administrative agency is limited

Posted in *All Posts, Appeal, Litigation

Review on appeal does not consist of weighing evidence anew and making independent factual findings

Posted in *All Posts, Appeal, Litigation

An appellate court may reverse a trial court’s judgment if the cumulative effect of small errors is so great as to work prejudice

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

The District Court accords particular deference to magistrate judges on discovery issues

Posted in *All Posts, *Federal Court, Appeal, Discovery, Litigation

Appeal of a magistrate judge’s decision on a non-dispositive pretrial matter

Posted in *All Posts, *Federal Court, Appeal, Litigation, Procedure

Upon the granting of an order confirming, modifying or correcting an arbitration award, a judgment or decree shall be entered by the court in conformity therewith and be enforced as any other judgment or decree

Posted in *All Posts, Appeal, Arbitration, Litigation

An application to modify or clarify a PIP arbitration ruling

Posted in *All Posts, *Published case, Appeal, Arbitration, Litigation

The jurisdiction of appellate courts rightly is bounded by the proofs and objections critically explored on the record before the trial court by the parties themselves

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

Unemployment compensation appeals

Posted in *All Posts, Appeal, Litigation, Unemployment Compensation

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