J.H. v. Mercer County Youth Detention Center (2007) | The Child Sexual Abuse Act supersedes Title 59 and imposes potential liability for failure to protect juveniles entrusted in the care of a public entity.
G.A.H. v. K.G.G. (2019) | The NJ Supreme ruled that no reasonable factfinder could conclude that the defendant ambulance driver knew or had reason to know that the molester, a fellow employee, was engaged in a sexual relationship with a minor and therefore there was no reason for defendant employee to make a report to their employer. The court declined to address the issue of whether an ambulance driver has a legal duty to report a co-worker’s illegal sexual relationship with a minor. Therefore, the law is unsettled on this basic question.