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A recent Appellate Division opinion in an OPRA case surprisingly rejected an appropriate effort by a public body to protect individuals ..read more
The law is clear that a custodian must make a reasonable search for records that are responsive to an OPRA request. However, there’s no ..read more
In an opinion issued today, the Appellate Division held that police body-worn camera footage does not fall within OPRA’s criminal ..read more
The Supreme Court will hear argument this year in two separate cases that challenge longstanding OPRA law protecting the confidentiality ..read more
Inspired by the countless lists that have been published recently of the past decade’s best books, movies, TV shows, etc., here’s my ..read more
I had a great time last week presenting a full day training session to the Office of the Union County Prosecutor on “The Open Public ..read more
It’s a well-settled rule that an OPRA request requiring research by the custodian is invalid, but requestors nevertheless keep filing ..read more
In a recent case, Costigan v. Cape May County Prosecutor’s Office, the GRC reiterated a position it has held since 2015: autopsy reports ..read more
Less than two weeks ago, the Supreme Court granted review of a case to consider whether OPRA’s personnel exemption bars disclosure of ..read more
The Supreme Court recently announced it will review an OPRA case with major implications for the privacy of public employees’ personnel ..read more

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