employment discrimination

Employment Law Blog


September 21, 2016

Recent Whistleblower Retaliation Decision

  The Appellate Division recently affirmed a finding of whistleblower retaliation in a case involving two employees’ objections to their employer’s fraudulent billing practices.  A New […]
April 28, 2016

Employment at Will

Understandably, many of our clients and potential clients do not know some of the basics of employment law in New Jersey. Some people feel that they […]
March 29, 2016

The Ongoing Debate About Pay Secrecy Policies

Pay Secrecy Policy Equals Gagging the Voices of Employees Equals Potential Legal Exposure Employer policies, such as pay secrecy or pay confidentiality rules have long been […]
February 8, 2016

Employment and Marital Status Discrimination

New Jersey Supreme Court To Decide Whether Employer’s Discharge Of An Employee Because Of The Anticipated Effect Of The Employee’s Imminent Divorce On The Workplace Violates New […]
June 18, 2015

The EEOC Must Answer To The Judiciary Regarding Its Efforts To Settle Discrimination Cases Prior To Filing Suit

The EEOC’s duty to settle cases before filing suit in federal court is subject to judicial review, the Supreme Court recently held. Mach Mining, LLC v. […]
April 8, 2015

Employees Challenge Termination Based Upon Their Personal Text Messages

When private employees exchange text messages using their personal phones, outside of the workplace, and on their own time, should the content of those text messages […]
March 9, 2015

Mitigation of Damages

In employment discrimination cases, the issue of damages is often central in our client’s minds.  A successful plaintiff in such cases can receive back pay, front […]
February 19, 2015

Iqbal, Shmiqbal: Have the “New” Pleading Standards Really Made a Difference in Employment Litigation?”

1st Circuit In the First Circuit, a few cases set the stage for interpreting Twombly and Iqbal in employment law pleadings. In Manning v. Boston Med. […]
January 29, 2015

America’s Workers Sick of Not Being Able To Take Paid Sick Days

There is as of yet no federal paid sick leave law in the United States, which is the only developed country in the world that does […]