The High Court refused to expand the responsibilities of real estate brokers toward their customers. The Justices also handed down a decision restricting the right to sue under a statute passed during tort reform. On the other hand, the Supreme Court continued its efforts to control the impact of the Affidavit of Merit Statute. The Supreme Court also focused its attention on long-arm jurisdiction, evidential questions and the scope of insurance coverage.
Supreme Court Year in Review
Court at a Crossroad
New Jersey Law Journal
August 31, 2010
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