• Int'l B'hood of Electrical Workers Local 400 v. Borough of Tinton Falls

    Publication Date: 2021-07-05
    Practice Area: Land Use and Planning
    Industry: Construction | Federal Government | State and Local Government
    Court: Appellate Division
    Judge: Judge Currier
    Attorneys: For plaintiff: Matthew B. Madsen (O'Brien, Belland & Bushinsky, LLC, attorneys; Mark E. Belland and Matthew B. Madsen, on the briefs)
    for defendant: Scott W. Kenneally (Starkey, Kelly, Kenneally, Cunningham & Turnbach, attorneys; Scott W. Kenneally, on the briefs); Patrick D. Tobia (Gordon Rees Scully Mansukhani, LLP, attorneys; Patrick D. Tobia, of counsel and on the briefs; Izik L. Gutkin, on the brief); Laura M. Kessler (Sills Cummis & Gross, PC, attorneys; Joshua N. Howley and Laura M. Kessler, of counsel and on the briefs)

    Case Number: A-3565-19

    State Court Lacked Jurisdiction over Union's Complaint to Enforce Local and State Regulations on Construction Project on Federal Property

  • June 8, 2021 | New Jersey Law Journal

    NJ Justices Rule 7-0 for AG to Publish Names of Disciplined Police Officers

    The June 7 opinion delivered by Chief Justice Stuart Rabner addresses current Attorney General Gurbir Grewal's Law Enforcement Directives Nos. 2020-05 and No. 2020-06 that he implemented within weeks of George Floyd's death at the hands of Minneapolis police officers May 25, 2020.

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  • March 2, 2021 | New Jersey Law Journal

    Publication of Police Discipline Weighed in Marathon Argument Before Supreme Court

    At the heart of the consolidated appeals are Attorney General's Law Enforcement Directive Nos. 2020-5 and 2020-6.

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  • In re Attorney Gen. Law Enforcement Directive Nos. 2020-5 and 2020-6

    Publication Date: 2020-10-26
    Practice Area: Administrative Law
    Industry: State and Local Government
    Court: Appellate Division
    Judge: Judge Accurso
    Attorneys: For plaintiff: James M. Mets and Robert R. Cannan (Mets Schiro & McGovern, LLP and Markman & Cannan, LLC, attorneys; James M. Mets and Robert R. Cannan, of counsel and on the briefs; Brian J. Manetta, on the brief); Carl J. Soranno and Jay Sabin (Brach Eichler, LLC, attorneys; Anthony M. Rainone and Carl J. Soranno, of counsel and on the briefs; Jay Sabin, on the briefs); D. John McAusland (Attorneys Hartman, Chartered, Law Offices of Robert A. Ebberup, LLC, Law Office of D. John McAusland and Loccke, Correia & Bukosky, attorneys; Mark A. Gulbranson, Jr., Katherine D. Hartman, Robert A. Ebberup, D. John McAusland and Michael A. Bukosky, on the briefs); Frank M. Crivelli (Crivelli & Barbati, LLC, attorneys; Frank M. Crivelli, on the briefs); Kevin D. Jarvis (O'Brien, Belland & Bushinsky, LLC, attorneys; Kevin D. Jarvis and Matthew B. Madsen, on the briefs); Paul L. Kleinbaum and Matthew Areman (Zazzali, Fagella, Nowak, Kleinbaum & Friedman, and Markowitz & Richman, attorneys; Paul L. Kleinbaum and Matthew Areman, of counsel and on the briefs; Craig A. Long, on the briefs)
    for defendant: Jeremy M. Feigenbaum (Jeremy M. Feigenbaum, State Solicitor, and Jane C. Schuster, Assistant Attorney General, of counsel and on the brief; Emily Marie Bisnauth, Christopher Weber, Dominic L. Giova, Sean P. Havern and Brandon C. Simmons, Deputy Attorneys General, on the brief)

    Case Number: A-3950-19T4; A-3975-19T4; A-3985-19T4; A-3987-19T4; A-4002-19T4

    Attorney General, Pursuant to Oversight Authority for Law Enforcement Agencies in the State, Could Direct Publication of Summaries of Officer Misconduct and Discipline

  • October 16, 2020 | New Jersey Law Journal

    Court OKs AG Directives, But What's Next For the Police Transparency Movement in NJ?

    Attorneys supporting the directives called for the Legislature to go further, while the Appellate Division panel said, "It is not for this court to assess the Attorney General's policy choice. Our only focus is on his authority to implement the policy choice he has made."

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  • September 28, 2009 | New Jersey Law Journal

    2009 Ineligible List

    Attorney Ineligibility Order Pursuant to Rule 1:28-2(a) SUPREME COURT OF NEW JERSEY Pursuant to Rule 1:28-2, the Trustees of the New Jersey Lawyers' Fund for Client Protection (Fund

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