A black Muslim employee of a cable TV installing company left without a job after its acquisition sufficiently pleaded discriminatory and retaliatory treatment, a federal judge in Camden rules
A Marriott subsidiary has successfully defended on appeal a trial judge's striking of a punitive damages award in an employee's whistleblower suit
Verdicts and settlements in New Jersey state and federal courts
The township and its police chief have no liability for injuries plaintiff sustained in an altercation with a police officer who had been having an affair with his wife
...summary judgment Wednesday that Louis Barbone's carrier had no duty...Barbone, of Atlantic City's Jacobs & Barbone, in November 2003...
The notice provisions of the TCA are not applicable to claims brought pursuant to the CEPA
Where plaintiff, a white male, alleges reverse discrimination, while there is a sufficient factual basis to conclude that the mayor's belief that plaintiff had made an offending comment contributed t
...especially welcome to the county's lawyer, Arthur Murray, an associate at Atlantic City's Jacobs & Barbone. "Just because the county investigated its own...
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