Rutgers puts the NJ appellate decisions online, and easily searchable. Here is a case which discusses time limits for a motion to reconsider, evidentiary showing necessary, new arguments on appeal, the use of a joint expert in a matrimonial, proximate cause, and the relationship between an attorney’s work and the materials with which he must work. Here, plaintiff loses, probably on the basis that she agreed to use a joint financial expert in a matrimonial [to save $?] and did not like the results. The Case.