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By Thomas Muccifori
This article will discuss how the use of social media platforms by employees intersects with employers' restrictive covenants.
By Archer & Greiner
First, the new law makes confidentiality in any employment agreement something employees can void, at their option.
By Laura Link
On Wednesday, March 27, 2019, the New Jersey Appellate Division issued a landmark decision in which it reversed a trial court's ruling that New Jersey law does not provide employment protections
By Archer & Greiner
On February 19, 2019, Governor Murphy signed into law dramatic expansions to the New Jersey Family Leave Act ("NJFLA") and New Jersey's Family Leave Insurance ("NJFLI") law.
By Thomas Muccifori
We frequently inform you about the enforceability of noncompete and nonsolicitation agreements between employers and their employees.
New Jersey's Governor Phil Murphy earlier this week signed a sweeping law that will eventually increase New Jersey's minimum wage to $15 per hour by 2024 for most employers.
By Lori Grifa
Environmental justice is an idea that may have finally caught on in Trenton.
On January 15, 2019, the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey held that the NJEPA only applies prospectively to conduct that is alleged to have occurred on or after its effective date – July 1, 2018.
By Christopher Gibson, Marc Rollo, Patrick Flynn, Matthew Conley
A New Jersey court has dismissed the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection's ("NJDEP") common law claims for trespass and strict liability ...
By Thomas Muccifori, Anthony Fassano
With a new year upon us, it's a good time to take a closer look at some of the things that we take for granted for most of the rest of the year. One example is form letters.
By Robert Egan, Daniel DeFiglio
Adding yet another hurdle that parties in New Jersey must overcome to ensure New Jersey courts enforce their arbitration agreements, the New Jersey Appellate Division invalidated an otherwise binding arbitration clause because it did not specify which company (or "process") would conduct the arbitration.
By Robert Egan, Kate Sherlock, Daniel DeFiglio
In a recent landmark decision, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled that an employer has a duty to take reasonable measures to safeguard sensitive personal information that it collects from its employees, and that the failure to fulfill this duty exposes the employer to potential liability for monetary damages.
By Marc Rollo, Christopher Gibson, Charles Dennen
On December 6, 2018, New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir Grewal and New Jersey Environment Department of Protection ("NJDEP") Commissioner Catherine McCabe ...
By Thomas Muccifori, Anthony Fassano
The concept of collecting a debt may seem simple-a person owes you money, so you contact that person to collect. This concept may seem so uncomplicated that it could be done without the assistance of legal counsel.
By Pete Jamison
The issue is now ripe for Supreme Court review. In fact, a certiorari petition had been filed with the Supreme Court for review of the Ninth Circuit's Maui decision.
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