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New Jersey Becomes Latest State to Legalize Marijuana, But What Does That Mean for Employers and Employees?

New Jersey has just joined the ranks of a growing number of states that have voted to legalize the sale and use of recreational marijuana….

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Princeton University Settles Pay Discrimination Lawsuit for Nearly $1.2 Million

On October 5, 2020, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) announced that a settlement was reached with Princeton University in a compensation discrimination case brought…

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NJ Governor Murphy Signs Executive Order to Protect Workplace Employees

On October 28th, 2020, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy signed Executive Order 192, enacting multiple new workplace requirements to keep New Jersey workers safe during…

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Argument in “The Walking Dead” Stuntman Wrongful Death Case Comes Down to Employment Law

The question of whether a stuntman who died on the set of AMC Networks’ hit series The Walking Dead was an employee or an independent…

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Arbitration Agreements Can Now Be Emailed in New Jersey

The COVID-19 pandemic has drastically changed many workplaces throughout the country, including in New Jersey. For instance, many businesses have switched to some or even…

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New Jersey Lawmakers Address Inadequacies in Sexual Harassment Prevention Laws

The compassionate attorneys of understand how traumatizing and dehumanizing sexual harassment can be for victims. We believe that no one should have to tolerate sexual…

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The Difference Between Harassment and Workplace Bullying 

Workplace bullying may seem like just another phrase for harassment. However, the two terms are not interchangeable when it comes to the law. While both…

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Whistleblower and Retaliation Lawsuits in New Jersey During COVID-19

In the past six months, a major new workplace safety concern has emerged: contracting COVID-19. While some businesses have been able to shift their work…

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What Do New Jersey’s New Coronavirus Employment Laws Mean For You?

COVID-19 has forced the indefinite closure of many New Jersey businesses across a wide variety of industries. These closures have had several adverse effects on…

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Employment Law Myths & Truths

THE MYTH: I work in an at-will state, so employment laws don’t apply. THE TRUTH: An employee’s at-will status is inconsequential; it does not void…

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