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  1. This article is promising. NJ, from what I've seen on these boards, can be tough on defendants. Here, on March 5th the appellate court in NJ came down heavy on the side of defendants. The are cracking down on litigation that is started by JDBs who know they don't have the requisite proof to commence a suit, yet do it anyway. This is good news! Too many defaults which have been won without merit. Now the next move is to hit these shady JDBs with FINES--that is what will shut this unethical $ mill down! Read here for the deets: http://yournjattorneys.com/new-nj-appellate-case-vs-pressler-pressler/