New Jersey is the first state to enact a comprehensive privacy law in 2024 and the 13th state overall with a comprehensive privacy law on the books. The law is notable in applying to nonprofit entities, provided that they meet the Act’s applicability thresholds.
This article undermines the conventional story that compensatory damages aim to make plaintiffs whole, but not better off. This make-whole ideal implies that courts should subtract material gains from compensatory awards because otherwise plaintiffs would be unjustly enriched.
On February 8, ALI and ELI will host a webinar on the use of automated decision-making and consumer law.
At its meeting on January 18 and 19, 2024, the ALI Council reviewed and discussed Council Drafts of the following projects and approved drafts and portions of drafts as listed.
Justices appeared divided at oral argument in a California man’s challenge to the constitutionality of the “traffic impact mitigation” fee that he was required to pay when building his home.
This recent Law360 Access to Justice article examines several excessive use-of-force cases and what this could mean for future litigants.
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