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8 Apr 2009, 12:44 pm
In a huge win for consumers in New Jersey and throughout the United States, the New Jersey Supreme Court decided today in the case of Real v. [read post]
18 Apr 2014, 4:05 am by Howard Friedman
A New Jersey woman yesterday filed suit in federal district court against the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission over its refusal to issue her a vanity license plate reading "8THEIST". [read post]
20 Jul 2020, 3:58 am by Public Employment Law Press
"The court explained that the "express purpose of Labor Law §740 is to protect public health and safety" and as it stated in Rosario v Port Auth. of N.Y. and N.J., 179 AD3d 516, "[t]he Compact Clause of the United Stated Constitution is not implicated by the application of such New York workplace safety statutes to [a] Port Authority work site located in New York. [read post]
20 Jul 2020, 3:58 am by Public Employment Law Press
"The court explained that the "express purpose of Labor Law §740 is to protect public health and safety" and as it stated in Rosario v Port Auth. of N.Y. and N.J., 179 AD3d 516, "[t]he Compact Clause of the United Stated Constitution is not implicated by the application of such New York workplace safety statutes to [a] Port Authority work site located in New York. [read post]
1 Jun 2018, 2:06 pm by Mashel Law, L.L.C.
The issue of whether an employee has suffered a requisite “adverse employment action” under our state’s whistleblower law when transferred out of his longstanding job into another after he blows the whistle on his employer’s violations of law or public policy, was recently addressed by the New Jersey Appellate Division in Jeffrey Scozzafava v. [read post]
1 Jun 2018, 2:06 pm by Mashel Law, L.L.C.
The issue of whether an employee has suffered a requisite “adverse employment action” under our state’s whistleblower law when transferred out of his longstanding job into another after he blows the whistle on his employer’s violations of law or public policy, was recently addressed by the New Jersey Appellate Division in Jeffrey Scozzafava v. [read post]