Nos. A-10 September Term 2015, 076004.

140 A.3d 1262 (2016)

226 N.J. 117

Lamar WILLIAMS, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. AMERICAN AUTO LOGISTICS, Defendant-Respondent.

Supreme Court of New Jersey.

Decided July 28, 2016.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Kevin J. Duffy argued the cause for appellant ( Day Pitney , attorneys, and Henry M. Karwowski , on the brief).

Bruce A. Magaw argued the cause for respondent (Decker & Magaw, attorneys).

Lamar Williams submitted a brief pro se.

In this appeal, we consider whether a litigant may lose his constitutionally protected right to a jury trial as a sanction for failure to comply with procedural rules. The case also presents a question about the court rules applicable to the Superior Court's Law Division, Special Civil Part...

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