By Martin Bricketto Law360, New York (June 20, 2013, 9:16 PM ET) — The New Jersey Supreme Court ruled Thursday that companies fighting construction litigation can argue that defendants already dismissed from a case are to blame, a decision that could limit their liability and stop claimants from targeting companies with the deepest pockets, experts…

A New Jersey couple has been awarded more than $381,000 in a trial over a land deal where they lost money because a real estate cooperative’s Board of Directors decided not to inform them that the property lacked the required permits for building. In Travers v. Edgewater Colony Inc. and the Board of Directors of…

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