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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. […]
February 13, 2015

On-Demand: It’s Not Just for Television Anymore

On-demand services seem to be all the rage. You’ve probably heard of, if not used, Uber, the on-demand taxi service.  With Uber, you can have a […]
February 6, 2015

Employment Law – The Cost of Safety

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is a federal law that protects disabled individuals from discrimination not only in employment but also in places of public […]
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 […]
January 23, 2015

Blowing The Whistle On Your Employer In New Jersey

For years, New Jersey has had one of the strongest laws in the country protecting whistleblowers in the workplace. The New Jersey Conscientious Employee Protection Act, […]
November 22, 2014

New Jersey Takes Pregnancy Discrimination Seriously

Pregnancy can be a physically demanding time. You may find you have more trouble standing for a full shift. You may need to take extra-bathroom breaks, […]
August 24, 2014

Big Changes for New Jersey Whistleblower Law

New Jersey’s whistleblower statute, the Conscientious Employee Protection Act (“CEPA”), N.J.S.A. 34:19-1 protects employees against retaliation if they choose to disclose a policy or practice of […]
July 12, 2014

Pay Docking for Salaried Employees – Employers and Employees, Beware!

If a salaried employee is late for work, can the employer dock that employee’s pay to account for the missed hours? In most cases, the answer […]
June 7, 2014

Employer Discrimination Against Individuals with a Criminal Record

“Have you ever been convicted of a crime?” Traditionally, employers ask this question on job applications to screen out applicants. Checking the “yes” box in response […]