Online marketing by lawyers, the rights of unmarried mothers, public bidding for redevelopment projects and the employment classification of real estate salespeople are among the topics the New Jersey Supreme Court will tackle in 2022.

The court will weigh ethical implications of a cutthroat form of online attorney marketing, and wade into the intersection of law and religion in the current political climate. Other cases on the court’s docket include the latest installment in the battle over misclassification of workers, and a pair of cases on the public’s right to know about government employees who get in trouble on the job.

Peter Verniero