NJ Court Rule 2:6-6 Covers of Briefs and Appendices
Court Rule 2:6-6. Covers of Briefs and Appendices
Except as otherwise provided by R. 2:6-2(b), covers of briefs and appendices shall be as follows:
(a) Contents. The cover of each brief, and of the appendix if bound separately, shallcontain the following matter: (1) the name of the appellate court and the docket number of the action; (2) the title of the action, which shall add to the designation of the parties in the trial court the designation of appellant and respondent; (3) the nature of the proceeding in the appellate court, the name of the court or agency or officer below, and, if a court, the name of the judge or judges who sat below; (4) the title of the document and the designation of the party for whom it is filed; (5) the name and office address of the attorney of record and the names of any attorneys "of counsel" or "on the brief."
(b) Color. The covers of appellants brief and appendix, respondents brief and appendix, and appellants reply brief and appendix shall be white, blue and buff, respectively. On a cross appeal, the respondent/cross appellants brief filed pursuant to R. 2:6-2(d) shall have a blue cover, and the appellant/cross respondents response thereto, filed pursuant to R. 2:6-4(e), shall have a buff cover, as shall any permitted subsequent brief of any other party. Covers of amicus briefs shall be green. Covers of all briefs and appendices shall be of a firm material but not glassine.
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