By Bill Wichert (August 1, 2022, 4:09 PM EDT) — The Garden State’s legal community is bracing for word from the state bench on arbitration clauses in attorneys’ retainer agreements and on a law enforcement method of testing for drug impairment, while also eyeing cases focused on climate change-related measures and the state’s so-called ABC test for workers’ job status.
As the state judiciary enters the second half of 2022, the New Jersey Supreme Court is weighing a committee’s recommendation to bar such arbitration provisions. It is also awaiting a special master’s report on the scientific validity of a technique used by police officers who are certified as drug recognition experts,…
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