Friday, August 17, 2007

New Jersey Law Journal State Decisions August 16, 2007

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  • August 16, 2007

  • OFP, L.L.C. v. State "Plaintiff's suit alleging that the act's application to its property was an unconstitutional taking was correctly dismissed for failing to exhaust administrative remedies since it did not apply for a hardship waiver; retroactive application of the act is valid."


  • Pryor v. Department of Corrections "ADTC regulations prohibiting inmates from having nonsexually oriented material that will impede their rehabilitation and regulating exceptions to statutorily privileged inmate-therapist communications are constitutional."


  • Wilson v. Paradise Village Beach Resort and Spa et al "Advertising by airlines and travel agencies of defendant's Mexican resort, and defendant's maintenance of Web sites, is insufficient to support New Jersey's exercise of general jurisdiction."


  • State v. Fisher "A driver involved in an accident must remain at or return to the scene of the accident and must make known his identity, and such requirements are not unconstitutional. "


  • Department of Environmental Protection v. Kafil et al "The DEP has the right to seek injunctive relief under N.J.S.A. 58:10-23.11u to remediate conditions alleged to have violated the Spill Act and the USTA without first using its regulatory powers."

  • August 16, 2007
    OFP, L.L.C. v. State "Plaintiff's suit alleging that the act's application to its property was an unconstitutional taking was correctly dismissed for failing to exhaust administrative remedies since it did not apply for a hardship waiver; retroactive application of the act is valid."


  • Pryor v. Department of Corrections "ADTC regulations prohibiting inmates from having nonsexually oriented material that will impede their rehabilitation and regulating exceptions to statutorily privileged inmate-therapist communications are constitutional. "


  • Wilson v. Paradise Village Beach Resort and Spa et al "Advertising by airlines and travel agencies of defendant's Mexican resort, and defendant's maintenance of Web sites, is insufficient to support New Jersey's exercise of general jurisdiction."


  • State v. Fisher "A driver involved in an accident must remain at or return to the scene of the accident and must make known his identity, and such requirements are not unconstitutional."


  • Department of Environmental Protection v. Kafil et al "The DEP has the right to seek injunctive relief under N.J.S.A. 58:10-23.11u to remediate conditions alleged to have violated the Spill Act and the USTA without first using its regulatory powers."

  • August 16, 2007
    OFP, L.L.C. v. State "Plaintiff's suit alleging that the act's application to its property was an unconstitutional taking was correctly dismissed for failing to exhaust administrative remedies since it did not apply for a hardship waiver; retroactive application of the act is valid. "


  • Pryor v. Department of Corrections "ADTC regulations prohibiting inmates from having nonsexually oriented material that will impede their rehabilitation and regulating exceptions to statutorily privileged inmate-therapist communications are constitutional. "


  • Wilson v. Paradise Village Beach Resort and Spa et al "Advertising by airlines and travel agencies of defendant's Mexican resort, and defendant's maintenance of Web sites, is insufficient to support New Jersey's exercise of general jurisdiction. "


  • State v. Fisher "A driver involved in an accident must remain at or return to the scene of the accident and must make known his identity, and such requirements are not unconstitutional."


  • Department of Environmental Protection v. Kafil et al "The DEP has the right to seek injunctive relief under N.J.S.A. 58:10-23.11u to remediate conditions alleged to have violated the Spill Act and the USTA without first using its regulatory powers. "

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