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Tesla Motors sells high-end zero-emission electric vehicles.  They’re currently pretty trendy.  Elite tech guys, or tech guys who want to be seen as elite, like to buy them.  But Tesla routinely runs into problems selling their cars to such customers because of archaic dealership protection laws.  Recently, the New Jersey Assembly  Continue Reading

Is a blogger a “journalist”?

On February 16, 2011 By Jordan Teague

To foster a free and independent press, most states protect the confidentiality of a journalist’s sources through “shield” laws.  When these statutes were drafted decades ago, they had “journalists” of traditional media outlets in mind.  But in the information age, is a blogger a “journalist”?

The New Jersey State Supreme Court recently heard arguments [...]

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Monday Morning JETLawg

On August 9, 2010 By JETLaw

In the news…

Pennsylvania and New Jersey try a new technology to stop the employment of unauthorized immigrants.

Entourage to return for one more season.

Legal outsourcing continues to grow, attracting Western lawyers to India.

Casey Affleck sued for sexual harassment.

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Ticketmaster settled with the state of New Jersey to resolve more than 2,000 complaints over the company’s mishandling of ticket sales to see Bruce Springsteen concerts, the New Jersey attorney general’s office said on Monday. According to Attorney General Anna Milgram, Ticketmaster has not admitted wrongdoing but has agreed to pay [...]

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