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Maritime Litigation Jan 2, 2008
Attorneys won a motion for summary judgment in a maritime personal-injury action filed by a passenger against a Florida cruise ship operator. Defendant cruise line successfully argued there was no personal jurisdiction over it in New Jersey, since,...
Employment Law Jan 2, 2008
Attorney obtained a defense verdict in a jury trial defending Abington Hospital. Plaintiff was a nurse in the operating room at the hospital. Her husband worked for "Good Neighbors" a charitable organization which provides food and medical...
Public Entity and Civil Rights Litigation Jan 2, 2008
Attorney won a motion to dismiss filed in lieu of an answer thereby dismissing all claims filed against the defendant for catastrophic injuries suffered by a minor in a drowning accident. The minor plaintiff, who was being supervised and instructed...
General Liability Jan 2, 2008
Attorneys, in a case of first impression, defeated a summary judgment motion filed by the mother of a child plaintiff to have the third party Complaint against her dismissed. Although the general rule is that parents cannot be sued for negligence...


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