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Gun group sues N.J. attorney general over public nuisance law - New Jersey Monitor
Last week NJ passed legislation allowing lawsuits against gun manufacturers. A lawsuit challenging that law has been filed.
Plaintiff the National Shooting Sports Foundation claims the law violates the First and Second amendments.
Reality stars Todd and Julie Chrisley sentenced to combined 19 years in prison for bank fraud, tax evasion
Reality stars sentenced to federal prison for fraud and tax evasion.
The future of their reality show, "Chrisley Knows Best," is uncertain as the two head to prison.
Elizabeth Holmes’s 11.25-year sentence will send shock waves through the tech industry
Former Theranos CEO sentenced to 11 years in prison for fraud.
Court observers said the judge intended to set an example.
Broncos' Patrick files lawsuit over sideline injury
NFL player file lawsuit seeking damages from sideline injury. Read about it here...
Injured Broncos LB Aaron Patrick has filed a lawsuit in California over an injury he suffered on the sideline during a Monday Night Football game in October.
New York Supreme Court Orders NYC to Rehire, Pay Back Wages to Unvaccinated City Employees
NYC orders employees to get vaccines or be fired. Fired employees file lawsuit. Court rules NYC has to hire the fired employees back and pay back wages. Read more about the case here...
The N.Y. state Supreme Court has ordered NYC to rehire and pay back wages to government employees who were fired for refusing to get vaccinated against Covid.
Disney World annual pass holders sue park over reservation system
You can't sue Mickey Mouse? Right? Wrong....
Two annual passholders for Walt Disney World have filed a lawsuit over what they claim is unfair treatment and a 'predatory business practice' when it comes to their purchase.
Wawa says N.J. House candidate ripped off goose logo
Don't mess with our geese! Wawa sends cease and desist letter to Congressional hopeful.
The popular convenience store chain says hopeful Matt Jenkins' campaign is weakening their brand.
Hole-in-one prize winner sues after country club refuses to give him keys to new truck
What happens when you hit a hole in one, told you won a truck and then you’re told, we’ll…you didn’t really win a truck? You call a lawyer.
“This is about doing what is right,” an attorney stated.
Elderly residents who paid up to $1m to live at ASU file noise lawsuit
In all fairness who could have ever anticipated issues arising from placing a senior community on ASU’s campus? Looks like the courts are going to have to sort this out.
Residents of Mirabella (inset), a senior citizen dormitory on the Arizona State University Campus have sued a nearby music venue (right) which they say is too loud.
Great morning meeting with fellow business owners. Thanks to Nissan City of Red Bank, Zynergy Retirement planning and Middletown Family Pharmacy for sponsoring this EMACC event.
Supreme Court to hear challenge to Big Tech’s Section 230 liability protections
US Supreme Court to hear two cases on liability protections afforded social media companies.
The Supreme Court on Monday agreed to hear two cases this term on whether social media companies can be held financially responsible for hosting terrorist content. The family of Nohemi Gonza…
The world's best bars for 2022 have been revealed
Not law related, but important nonetheless. The worlds best bars have been named….
Move over London. Step aside New York. There's a new cosmopolitan cocktail capital: Barcelona. Find out the speakeasy that claimed the No. 1 spot for 2022.
Former Uber security head guilty of hiding hack of 57 MILLION users
Data breaches are no joke and have to be dealt with properly. See what happens when they are not….
Joseph Sullivan discovered in November 2016 that Uber had fallen victim to a massive data breach, but instead of informing the public and authorities, he kept the hack secret.
Kim Kardashian pays over $1 million to settle SEC charges linked to a crypto promo on her Instagram
Failure to disclose paid endorsement of crypto currency company costs Kim Kardashian $1.25m.
Reality TV star Kim Kardashian agreed to cooperate with an ongoing investigation by the SEC as she settled charges she unlawfully touted a crypto asset.
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Great night supporting Joe Shimko (NC State All-American Long Snapper) as he helped raise money for Monmouth Ocean Foundation for Children. The MOFFC operates the Achieve Academy for Adults with Autism.
Judge upholds N.J. Sore Loser Law - New Jersey Globe
Reardon Anderson in the news. Attorney Erik Anderson successfully argued that a candidate who ran for the Republican nomination for local office can not be included under NJ's "Sore Loser" statute. Read about the decision here...
A Superior Court Judge defended New Jersey’s Sore Loser Law on Thursday, ruling that a Colts Neck man who ran an unsuccessful write-in campaign for
NJ umpire, 72, with broken jaw, concussion sues coach over assault at youth game
Youth baseball umpire who was attacked at game files lawsuit against coach and baseball league.
James Neely, of Middlesex Borough, filed suit Tuesday against Jerry Otero, 40, of Staten Island, in connection with the June 4 incident in Branchburg
Elon Musk to countersue Twitter to blow up deal: report
Elon to file counter suit in twitter dispute.
Elon Musk is reportedly planning to file a counter-lawsuit against Twitter in the coming days to blow up his $44 billion deal to buy the social media platform.
Home prices jumped nearly 20% in February, but slowdown may be coming, S&P Case-Shiller says
Is a housing slowdown on the horizon?
Home prices continued to surge higher in February, but rising mortgage rates may make that kind of growth unsustainable in the months ahead.
Mass. family wins $5 million verdict from country club after property hit by over 600 golf balls
Family moves to home on a golf course. House is continually pelted by golf balls. Family sues golf club. Jury awards $5m....
Massachusetts couple wins $5 million verdict against a local country club after suffering from the years-long, "continuous threat" of wayward golf balls.
Bacardi sued American Airlines saying it hasn't paid a $65,820 tab for thousands of bottles of cognac that vanished from a flight
Missing cognac results in lawsuit against American Airlines.
Bacardi said in a complaint filed Tuesday that American Airlines hasn't paid any part of the $65,820 that Bacardi has lost due to the missing cognac.
A dentist broke his patients' teeth on purpose so he could fix them. Prosecutors say he made millions.
If you have a fear of dentists you might want to pass on this article.
Scott Charmoli's patients' teeth were just fine, but fine wasn't making him enough...
Rabner announces he won’t fill Fernandez-Vina vacancy on Supreme Court - New Jersey Globe
Chief Justice will not temporarily fill vacant seat on NJ Supreme Court.
New Jersey Supreme Court Chief Justice Stuart Rabner said today that he will not fill the vacancy left by Justice Faustino Fernandez-Vina, leaving the
Sandy Hook families announce $73 million settlement with Re*****on Arms in landmark agreement
Families of victims of the Sandy Hook massacre settled their lawsuit against Re*****on for $73 million.
The settlement marks the end of a protracted court battle between Re*****on and the Sandy Hook families that sued the company for how it marketed its Bushmaster AR-15 style semiautomatic rifle.
Eileen Gu and the repercussions of renouncing U.S. citizenship
One story line at the Olympics involves athletes born in the US, but competing as citizens of China. Technically, China does not allow dual citizenship (there is a question whether they bent the rules for the Olympics). So what does it mean when you renounce your US citizenship?
It's not hard to renounce one's American citizenship, but the repercussions could last a lifetime.
Middletown man saved by Apple Watch after fall loses battle to sue Monmouth County
Lawsuit barred due to late filing against public entity.
A Middletown man who made headlines when his Apple Watch called 911 after he fell 20 feet lost his battle to sue Monmouth County.
Super Bowl LVI expected to set betting records
Not law related, but the Super Bowl is coming up Sunday. The game is shaping up to be the most bet game ever. Estimates call for over $7 billion be bet (to put that in perspective the cost of GW Bush aircraft carrier was $6.26 billion). Good luck if you get in on the action this weekend!
With an estimated $7.61 billion potentially on the line, Super Bowl LVI could be the most heavily bet game ever, according to survey results by the AGA.
The most small businesses since 1974 are raising prices due to inflation, NFIB says
Inflation hitting small businesses.
The number of small businesses that raised prices on customers in January rose to a 48-year high, reflecting higher costs of labor and materials amid the...
Mayor’s son, who sued to be a police officer, settles lawsuit against N.J. borough for $250K
Mayor's son receives $250,000 in connection with dispute on being hired as police officer.
Mayor Richard LaBarbiera's son, Vincent, was one of 10 candidates approved for hiring by the council’s police committee. But when it came time to give LaBarbiera the job, three council members refused.
Turning Point's turning point: Jersey Shore breakfast, lunch chain seeks franchise growth
Always great to see a local business expanding.
Kirk Ruoff dropped dinners at his Little Silver restaurant Turning Point to make his own life easier. It turned out to be the key to his success.
Idaho legislator asks US Congress to close Yellowstone’s ‘zone of death’ loophole
Is there a 'zone of death" in Yellowstone park? Can someone commit a crime and get away with it? Read more here...
It’s called the “zone of death,” a 50 square-mile section of Yellowstone National Park adorned with meadows and waterfalls — home to grizzly bears but no people — tucked inconspicuously
Scammed by a contractor? N.J. would require licenses to protect homeowners under proposed bill.
Proposed law to license home contractors.
The bill comes after an NJ Advance Media investigation showed how current law provides few guardrails.
Murphy to name Platkin as attorney general - New Jersey Globe
NJ Governor set to announce new Attorney General.
Gov. Phil Murphy will announce the nomination of Matthew J. Platkin, his former chief counsel and a close confidante, to serve as the next Attorney
Brian Flores Sues N.F.L., Claiming Bias in Giants Coaching Search
Giants and NFL face discrimination lawsuit.
The former head coach of the Miami Dolphins claimed in a class-action lawsuit filed Tuesday that the N.F.L. discriminated against him and other Black coaches in their hiring practices.
NJ towns are now allowed to designate open container areas
New law allows NJ towns to designate areas where open containers of alcohol are permitted.
Municipalities will now be allowed to designate a pocket where people over 21 can carry and drink open containers of alcoholic beverages.
COVIDtests.gov - Free at-home COVID-19 tests
Not law related. But useful nonetheless, you can now get 4 free at-home Covid-19 tests kits from the federal government at https://www.covidtests.gov/
Every home in the U.S. is eligible to order 4 free at-home COVID-19 tests. The tests are completely free. Orders will usually ship in 7-12 days.
More than 400,000 student loan borrowers will get debt relief from Navient
Student loan company to cancel loans worth $1.7b as part of settlement.
More than 400,000 student loan borrowers will get some debt relief from Navient, according to a $1.85 billion settlement agreement announced Thursday.
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