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Without Sufficient Merit

Publisher: NJ Lawyer
August 5, 2016
Day Pitney Author(s) Kevin J. Duffy

Kevin J. Duffy co-authored an article, "Without Sufficient Merit," for the August issue of NJ Lawyer with Aziz O. Nekoukar. The article reviews Rule 2:11-3(e)(1)(E), which provides authority for the Appellate Division of the Superior Court of New Jersey to dispose of an appeal without a written opinion under certain conditions. The Rule, which has been invoked by the Appellate Division with increasing frequency, serves as a reminder to appellate lawyers to avoid frivolity and focus their attention and briefing upon the most substantive and meritorious arguments available.


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