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VOL. 2, NO. 167 DECISIONS RELEASED SEPTEMBER 26, 1994 ATTORNEY/CLIENT – NEGLIGENCE 04-2-4019 In the Matter of Patricia Bombelyn, App. Div. (7 pp.) Where an assistant deputy public defender was sanctioned $125, for failure to notify a client of a trial date, trial court erred in imposing the sanction under R. 1:2-4(a), since by telling her secretary to notify the defendant about the trial, she gave “…reasonable attention to the matter.” AUTOMOBILES – NEGLIGENCE 05-2-4020 Gloria Yun, et al. v. Ford Motor Co., et al., App. Div. (26 pp. incl. dissent) Where a van passenger died after being struck by a car on a highway while retrieving a spare tire that had fallen off the van, trial court properly dismissed the complaint against all the defendants–except the driver who struck the passenger–since there was lack of proximate cause. -

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