Condon v. Advance Thermal Hydronics et. al.
(Superior Court of New Jersey, filed in November of 2015):
(Superior Court of New Jersey, filed in November of 2015): Arguing that defendants at trial should be able to allocate fault to settled defendants in the case, as opposed to the plaintiff being able to receive nearly a full recovery from settled defendants and then receive an additional, complete recovery from any judgment defendant.
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