eFiling Has Arrived in New Jersey Civil Court Cases

By the end of 2017, all civil cases in Superior Court in New Jersey will be on an electronic filing (“eFiling”) system.  This means that all things filed in court (pleadings, motions, hearing requests, etc.) must be done online.  The rollout of this program began in May and is progressing to all of the counties […]

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Special Education Law Blog

Did you know we have a separate blog completely on special education and disability law?  Yep, we do. Here is the link to that blog, which has tons of great, free information.  Yep, we said “FREE”. Enjoy our special education law blog at schoolkidslawyer.com!

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Cycling Law NJ: When It’s OK to Occupy a Lane of Traffic

Did you know: In NJ, if a road has no or very little shoulder a bicyclist may occupy the lane of traffic and automobiles must treat the cyclist like another vehicle. #CyclingLawNJ Bicycling in New Jersey is regulated under Title 39 of the Motor Vehicles and Traffic Regulation laws. N.J.S.A. 39:4-14.1 Rights and Duties of Persons on […]

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