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To: Editor, New Jersey Law Journal, September 10, 2003
The New Jersey Family Leave Act, N.J.S.A. 34:11B - 1, et. seq. should be amended by the N.J. Legislature, and signed by Gov. McGreevy, to correct a number of obvious defects which require remediation. These defects, and their proposed remedies, include: Read more

To: New Jersey Law Journal, February 18, 2003
Regarding a recent New Jersey Law Journal editorial about the process of Moving For Summary Judgment shortly before trial, I would like to add the following thoughts.

Not only have some defendants repeatedly filed Summary Judgment Motions shortly before trial, after having months and months in which to prepare such Motions, but the defendants have been serving these motions in such a way that in order for the opposing party to obtain an extension for just two weeks to the next Motion Date, it becomes necessary to seek and extension of the trial date. Read more

Re: Doris Green v Jersey City Board of Educations, February 27, 2000
A former Jersey City school teach, Doris Green, who alleged that retaliatory conduct against her by her former principal for opposing, and then disclosing an alleged attempt to defraud the school system, was awarded compensatory damages by a jury in Judson County of $265,000.00 on Wednesday, February 23, 2000, and punitive damages of $300,000.00 on Thursday, February 24, 2000. Read more