Category Archives: General
in New Jersey, Flashing Your Headlights to Warn Oncoming Drivers of a Speed Trap Is Constitutionally Protected as Free Speech.
In New Jersey, Flashing Your Headlights to Warn Oncoming Drivers of a Speed Trap is Constitutionally Protected as Free Speech. Many people in New Jersey may not know that, since 1999, the flashing of one’s headlights to warn other drivers that a speed trap is oncoming is constitutionally protected speech. Well, it is. In… Read More »
A New Jersey jury levied punitive damages against Johnson & Johnson’s Ethicon, Inc. in the amount of $7.8 million for misleading doctors and consumers about the safety of transvaginal mesh implants. Linda Gross, a 47-year old former hospice nurse from South Dakota had also been awarded compensatory damages in the amount of $3.35 million…. Read More »
Ny Court Holds That a Handshake Is as Good as a Signed Written Change Order in Breach of Contract and Lien Foreclosure Case
If you normally work on a handshake, that handshake might be as good as a written contract in the construction industry. In a breach of contract and mechanics lien foreclosure action filed by a general contractor, an electrical contractor and a flooring contractor against an owner, the court ruled in favor of all three… Read More »
Living on painkillers because “the [constant] pain is like a migraine headache… from the knees to navel,” – “Sometimes it is burning, sometimes it is a sharp pain.” is the complaint many women have after having the transvaginal mesh surgery. Generally, the mesh is designed to treat incontinence and to support organs in the pelvis that… Read More »