The Biggest NJ Court Decisions Of 2015: Midyear Report
By Martin Bricketto (July 2, 2015, 2:40 PM EDT) -- The U.S. Supreme Court has already left its mark on 2015, but the New Jersey Supreme Court has issued several heavyweight opinions of its own, from allowing Gov. Chris Christie to cut more than $1 billion in pension funding to cementing potential new hurdles for discrimination and whistleblower plaintiffs.
Big decisions in the first half of 2015 have also come from New Jersey's Appellate Division, especially in the class action arena. That includes the appellate court's recent rejection of controversial class identification requirements — and Third Circuit jurisprudence — as part of lower-value consumer class actions.
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