Skip to main content



Perez v. Professionally Green, LLC

CONSUMER FRAUD ACT; ATTORNEYS FEES — A Consumer Fraud Act claimant does not need to overcome the double hurdle of surviving both a summary judgment motion and a motion for involuntary dismissal to demonstrate a bona fide claim of ascertainable loss, because so long as the claim was bona fide, though not allowed, the consumer is entitled to recover attorneys’ fees when there has been a violation of the Consumer Fraud Act.

CFG Health Systems, LLC v. County of Hudson

PUBLIC BIDDING — Just because a publically bid requirements contract has its estimated requirement substantially reduced after the contract had been awarded does not mean that a substantial post-award change to the Request for Proposal has been made and therefore the contract does not need to be rebid because it still controls the rights and obligations of the parties.

Page 600 of 600 pages « First  < 598 599 600

MEISLIK & MEISLIK
66 Park Street • Montclair, New Jersey 07042
tel: 973-783-3000 • fax: 973-744-5757 • info@meislik.com