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A state appellate court, ruling in favor of a Newark man who slipped at a nonprofit drug rehabilitation facility where he was living, said the facility’s level of private contributions ”seems too nominal” for it to be entitled to charitable immunity.

Suzette Parmley

Suzette Parmley is the Trenton Correspondent who covers the N.J. Supreme Court, N.J. Legislature and Business of Law. She joined New Jersey Law Journal this year after a decade and a half at The Philadelphia Inquirer, mostly on the Business Desk as Atlantic City Gaming Writer, Trenton Statehouse Correspondent, and Retail Columnist/Reporter. Suzette is a five-time winner of the Business Financial Writing Portfolio Award given out annually by the New Jersey Press Association. She is a graduate of the Fels Center of Government at the University of Pennsylvania. Email: Sparmley@alm.com or follow her on Twitter: @SuzParmley

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