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New Jersey Court Rules After the 2018 Amendments

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Produced on June 27, 2019

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Course Information

Time 53m
Difficulty Intermediate
Topics covered in this course: Real Estate

Course Description

On September 1, 2018, the New Jersey Supreme Court ordered numerous and substantive amendments to the Rules of Court. These amendments were the product of a lengthy process involving comments from the Bar, litigants, the Judiciary and the various Supreme Court practice committees. Presented by Thomas J. Major, Principal at Offit Kurman, this program reviews the amendments most likely to affect civil practitioners, with a focus on the underlying rationale for each change. The program considers the adopted amendments and contrasts them with proposals rejected by the practice committees. With this focus and comparison, viewers will learn both the changes to the Rules and their underlying rationale.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Identify which rule amendments are mostly likely to affect an attorney’s civil practice
  2. Explore how the New Jersey Supreme Court chose certain rule amendments
  3. Examine how the adopted amendments differ from prior practice

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Thomas Major

Offit Kurman

Thomas J. Major, Esq., is a Principal at Offit Kurman. Thomas guides corporate and individual clients through an increasingly complex world. At heart, he's a trial lawyer. But, he still believes the best way to resolve conflict is to avoid it. When conflicts arrive, he vindicate his client's position with efficiency and clarity.


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Jason P.

Good substantive materials.

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