Special Offer: This webinar includes 30-days access to the online edition of 2021 N.J. Consumer Fraud.
Description: An introduction to New Jersey Consumer Fraud. Topics to include: The History of the Consumer Fraud Act, Ascertainable Loss, Consumers & Merchandise, Per Se Violations and Treble Damages & Counsel Fees.
Presenter: MARK A. SULLIVAN, J.S.C. (RETIRED)
Bio: Mark A. Sullivan is a retired judge of the Superior Court, Monmouth County, where he sat for 20 years in various capacities, including Civil Presiding Judge, Special Civil Part Supervising Judge, and Medical Malpractice Managing Judge. Prior to appointment to the bench, he had practiced as a Certified Civil Trial Attorney in Belmar and as a Deputy Attorney General in Trenton. He has served on the Supreme Court Committees on the Rules of Evidence, Judicial Education, Model Civil Jury Charges, Special Civil Part, and Civil Case Management. Judge Sullivan is a 1968 graduate of Georgetown University and a 1973 graduate of Rutgers-Newark Law School. In the interim, he served in the United States Army in Vietnam.
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1.2 NJ MCLE Credits* - 1 NY Credits (via approved jurisdiction policy) - 1 PA Credits
*This program has been approved by the Board on Continuing Legal Education of the Supreme Court of New Jersey for 1.2 hours of total CLE credit. Of these, 0 qualify as hours of credit for ethics/professionalism.
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By order dated March 10, 2020
, the Supreme Court has relaxed BCLE Regulation 201:8 so as to remove, until further notice, the live classroom instruction requirement for attorney continuing legal education due to Covid-19 coronavirus concerns.
NJ Attorneys - Please note Five of the 24 credits earned in each biennial cycle must be in professionalism/ethics. At least two of the five hours of credit in ethics and/or professionalism shall be in diversity, inclusion, and elimination of bias.
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