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Supreme Court Rulings Which Explain Employer Liability for Sexual Harassment By Supervisory-Level Employees

At the Law Firm of Morgan Rooks, PC, we provide legal representation for clients in need of a world-class workplace sexual harassment lawyer in South…

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What is Mallory’s Law and What Does it Mean to Bullying Victims in New Jersey?

At The Law Firm of Morgan Rooks, PC, we take immense pride in our role as trusted workplace sexual harassment lawyers in South Jersey, but…

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New Jersey’s New Law Prohibits Employers from Silencing Victims of Sexual Harassment

As a team of retaliatory termination attorneys practicing in South Jersey, we take immense pride in our role as a leading advocate for employees’ rights,…

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Working Overtime: When Does Unpaid Extra Work Become Illegal?

You’re a hard worker and a dedicated employee, and you’re always going the extra mile for your company, including staying late every day to make…

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Workers’ Compensation Claims and Employer Retaliation: What You Should Know

Suffering an injury at work can be a traumatic experience—and not just because of the physical pain it causes or the overall effect it has…

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Tips for Handling Retaliation in the Workplace

Standing up for yourself takes courage, whether you’re dealing with friends, family, or your supervisor at work. It’s frightening to “rock the boat,” to confront…

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How Holiday Party Sexual Misconduct Can Be Considered Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

The world is cracking down on sexual harassment in the workplace. While many employers and employees understand what is acceptable and unacceptable conduct in the…

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A Brief Guide to Understanding Non-Compete & Arbitration Clauses in an Employment Contract

If you’ve signed an employment contract, chances are you might have entered into a non-compete agreement with an arbitration clause. Non-competes are becoming increasingly common….

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4 Different Contexts in Which an Individual Can Be a Whistleblower

Whistleblowing, in the simplest terms, is the act of an employee or employees disclosing information about a company or corporation that they believe is unlawful,…

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Quid Pro Quo Vs. Hostile Work Environment: What’s the Difference?

By definition, sexual harassment is the harassment of a male or a female in a workplace, social setting, or other professional scenario by another male…

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