Jim Boggess, the proprietor Jimbo’s Deli in Flemington, New Jersey, has stirred up a fascinating freedom-of-speech debate. After he posted a sign suggesting that March should be celebrated as “White History Month,” a neighbor complained to him and then the police. Show More Summary
The Giudice mansion is no longer for sale. As Real Housewives of New Jersey star Teresa Giudice remains behind bars, serving a 15-month prison sentence, her husband, Joe, has taken their home off the market. According to a new report,...Show More Summary
New Jersey Man Attempts To Sue Applebee’s After Burning His Head On Plate GTFOHWTBS! Via NJ A New Jersey man cannot collect damages for burns he suffered while bowing his head in prayer over a sizzling steak fajita skillet at
Meet Jim “Jimbo” Boggess — the owner of one Jimbo’s Deli in Flemington, New Jersey. He is causing a bit of controversy around town due to the fact that he decided to put up a sign in his deli reading “CELEBRATE YOUR WHITE HERITAGE IN MARCH, WHITE HISTORY MONTH.” Boggess seems to believe that there is […]
Burned yet again from the New Jersey appellate court ruling
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When religion gets litigious. An Applebee's customer who was burned while praying over his plate of sizzling fajitas has been told he cannot sue the chain. Late yesterday, a New Jersey appellate court upheld the decision of a lower court...Show More Summary
A New Jersey water park that briefly opened the world’s first looping water slide in the 1980s plans to unveil a modern heir to the legendary ride long shrouded in myth and hyperbole.
Here.New Jersey Gov. Christopher Christie and former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee are at 8 percent each... Physician Ben Carson has 7 percent, with 6 percent each for U.S. Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky and U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas and 5 percent for U.S. Show More Summary
Who engineered a controversial settlement between New Jersey and Exxon? That would be Gov. Chris Christie's chief counsel.
Bellator MMA's filing with the Superior Court in Burlington County, New Jersey, for an injunction against Quinton Jackson, revealed some interesting perks and expenditures they made to the former (and once again current) UFC fighter. Ever...Show More Summary
A Natural Resource Damage Assessment case study for the classroom and beyond: A long-fought legal battle to recover $8.9 billion in damages from Exxon Mobil Corporation for the contamination and loss of use of more than 1,500 acres of wetlands, marshes, meadows and waters in New Jersey has been quietly...
From the New York Daily News: A New Jersey man who suffered burns to his face and legs from a sizzling-hot steak fajita skillet while praying had his suit against Applebee's thrown out. Divine intervention doesn't trump common sense, the state appellate court in Camden, N.J. Show More Summary
A New Jersey man cannot collect damages for his injuries after he was burned while praying over a hot fajita skillet at Applebee’s, an appeals court ruled. Hiram Jiminez claims the waitress failed to warn him that the sizzling platter was hot before he bowed his head over the skillet in prayer...
New Jersey’s long legal battle to recover $8.9 billion from Exxon Mobil Corp for environmental damage ended when Governor Chris Christie’s chief counsel, Christopher Porrino, cut a deal to settle for $250 million, the New York Times reported, citing two people familiar with the...
A New Jersey man who suffered burns to his face and legs from a fajita skillet while praying had his suit against Applebee's dismissed.
New Jersey State Senator Raymond Lesniak talks with Rachel Maddow about the legal effort underway to determine who engineered what appears to be a remarkably...
For more than a decade, the New Jersey attorney general’s office conducted a hard-fought legal battle to hold Exxon Mobil Corporation responsible for decades of environmental contamination in northern New Jersey.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's poll numbers continue to slide into the murky depths. Only 35 percent of registered voters in the Garden State say they approve of the Republican governor’s job performance in the Fairleigh Dickinson University PublicMind survey, compared to 51 percent who disapprove. Show More Summary