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WINNERS Medical Groups The Appellate Division enforces one of the broadest no-compete agreements, a 30-mile, two-year covenant between a neurosurgeon and a hospital, saying it does not harm the public interest. Landlords Month-to-month tenants who were told to vacate and then accepted a rent increase before the vacation date cannot interpret that move as the creation of a new tenancy, the Appellate Division says. School-Bus Passengers Drivers are barred under a new law from smoking or carrying lighted tobacco on school buses, extending the state’s ban on smoking in public places. LOSERS ERISA Plaintiffs A litigant whose suit was put on hold to allow her to exhaust administrative remedies with an insurer cannot later return to court seeking attorneys’ fees, a federal judge rules in a case of first impression in the Third Circuit. Municipalities A new law bars municipalities and homeowners’ associations from limiting display of the American flag, yellow ribbons and signs supporting U.S. troops unless safety, maintenance or property rights are at issue. Prior Attorneys A lawyer who entered into a consent judgment on a client’s malpractice claim can seek indemnification on a joint-tortfeasor basis against two attorneys who previously worked on the case, the Appellate Division rules.

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