Two people admire a new exhibit on the chancery court in the Middlesex County Courthouse in New Brunswick. The exhibit features illustrated panels of chancery cases. Other panels set forth maxims that are the basic principles the chancery court could apply when determining whether to grant equitable relief. General equity judges handle non-jury cases such as those involving trade secrets, labor matters, foreclosures and other disputes in which court relief, often in the form of restraining orders, is sought on an emergency basis. A story on this and other artwork in the Middlesex County Courthouse will be published in a future edition of the Judiciary Times.