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Latest News in New Jersey

  • February 20, 2024

    NFL Seeks Exit To Fan's Suit Over Philly QB's Touchdown Ball

    A lifelong Philadelphia Eagles football fan who says police and security officers battered him after quarterback Jalen Hurts handed him a ball that was used to score a record-breaking touchdown against the New York Giants erred in including the National Football League in his lawsuit, the league argued in a bid to toss the suit.

  • February 20, 2024

    Insurer Says BlockFi Premium Suit Violates Ch. 11 Plan

    A directors and officers insurance carrier for bankrupt cryptocurrency lender BlockFi is seeking to remove a lawsuit attempting to claw back $22.5 million in premiums from New Jersey state court to bankruptcy court, saying the debtor is violating the order confirming its Chapter 11 plan.

  • February 20, 2024

    Law Firm Wins Unredacted Deal Info In NJ Malpractice Fight

    A law firm has prevailed in a discovery battle against a sibling duo suing it for malpractice in New Jersey state court with a ruling that the plaintiffs must provide unredacted info about the settlement they reached in the underlying suit that the firm allegedly mishandled for them.

  • February 20, 2024

    Ex-Elections Chief Chose To Leave Job, NJ Gov. Says

    New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy has urged a New Jersey state court judge to toss allegations from the Garden State's former elections chief that his civil rights were violated when he was pushed to resign in retaliation for a satirical article, arguing that he never suffered any loss because he voluntarily retired.

  • February 20, 2024

    Pennsylvania Ballots Need Correct Dates, 3rd Circ. Told

    Republican organizations seeking to enforce a Pennsylvania requirement that mail-in ballots have a date and signature on their outer envelope urged the Third Circuit on Tuesday to rule that a district court judge who found more than 10,000 undated or misdated ballots to be valid too broadly applied the materiality provision of the Civil Rights Act.

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