A case argued before the New Jersey Supreme Court on Tuesday may resolve whether school board lawyers who get sued over their advice are entitled to have their districts pay for their defense.

Lower courts have ruled in Sahli v. Woodbine Board of Education, A-92-06, that an outside counsel’s malpractice insurer should bear the expense, since private contractors are generally not required to be defended or indemnified.

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