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Bicycle Accident Injuries

New Jersey’s vast network of roads makes it easy for residents to utilize a number of transportation options. Many people choose to ride a bicycle as their primary means of transportation. While bicycles are cost-efficient and promote a healthy lifestyle, they do not offer much protection from […]

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Surgical Errors

  When a person goes into surgery, they expect the procedure will go smoothly with no complications. However, surgeries are risky and mistakes occur that have repercussions. Unfortunately, these errors can cause serious damage and have a lasting negative impact on a patient. Such errors may include […]

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Driver Penalty Surcharges

When a person is charged with a driving offense in New Jersey, they are subject to pay a number of surcharges to the state. Many of these surcharges are issued for driving while intoxicated and can quickly become expensive. Other reasons for which the New Jersey Surcharge […]

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The Progression of Technology in Service of Process

In K.A. & K.I.A. v. J.L., the Chancery Division in Morris County became the first New Jersey court to allow service of process through social media. The defendant initiated contact with the plaintiffs through Facebook & Instagram, sending friend requests to K.A. & other family members to […]

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New Jersey Ignition Interlock Devices

New Jersey courts may require a person who has been convicted of a driving while intoxicated charge to install an ignition interlock device in his or her vehicle. These devices require the driver to take a chemical breath test each time they start the vehicle. Ignition interlock […]

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NJSBA Annual Meeting

Cohn Lifland is a proud supporter of the New Jersey State Bar Association and is excited to have attorneys Allen Susser, Joseph Hermann, and Joseph A. Maurice in attendance at the Annual Meeting.

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Due Process under the New Jersey Bail Reform Act

In State v. Ingram, the New Jersey Supreme Court addressed the requirements imposed on the State in a pre-detention hearing by the Bail Reform Act, N.J.S.A. 2A:162-15 et seq (“Act”). The defendant was arrested and charged with several counts, including possession of a defaced firearm. At the […]

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The Rejection of an Overly Textualistic Approach

The saga of Noren v. Heartland Payment Systems began in February of 2017, when the Appellate Division considered an appeal from the trial court’s determinations in a breach of contract and Conscientious Employee Protection Act (“CEPA”) case. The lower court, after denying a jury demand pursuant to […]

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Incorrect Diagnosis

  People trust that their doctor will provide them with the best possible care and correctly inform them of any potential health issues. Everyone knows that in order to be a doctor, a person must go through years and years of intensive education and training. As a […]

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Infections Obtained in a Hospital

When a person is admitted into the hospital, they assume that the medical professionals working there will cure them without complications. Unfortunately, this is not always the case and new problems can arise from the negligence of the hospital personnel. Hospitals are filled with germs which can […]

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