...Philadelphia under New Jersey's Conscientious Employee Protection Act that Kintock violated CEPA by firing Pietrowski after she alerted management about the conduct of Yarilee...
...under New Jersey's Conscientious Employee Protection Act that Kintock violated the CEPA by firing Pietrowski after she alerted management about the conduct of Yarilee...
A municipal prosecutor who was replaced after reporting her town's judge for holding court while intoxicated was awarded $1.3 million, most of it punitive damages, in her whistleblower suit
Laws that protect whistleblowers from retaliation have played a major role in exposing fraud and wrongdoing at accounting firms, financial institutions and banks in recent decades, from Swiss bank UB
The offer of judgment rule is designed to promote the early settlement of disputes. It does so by discouraging the rejection of reasonable settlement offers, by shifting litigation costs and attorney
...physical and/or sexual characteristics." In addition to the CEPA and LAD claims, the complaint alleges wrongful termination, intentional infliction of emotional...
It's the type of remark a lawyer would advise a client never to make. Yet corporate counsel William Wachtel allegedly told a management meeting after a hostile takeover that the way to avoid paying s
Paralegals may sometimes feel like Rodney Dangerfield ? they don't get no respect
A winning New Jersey plaintiff's lawyer in a whistleblower suit - who then had the whistle blown on him for creatively augmenting his fee - is fighting a court order to give some of the money back
The first two cases tried under a new, court-articulated definition of retaliatory transfer in New Jersey whistleblower suits have yielded emotional-distress damage awards totaling $1.1 million
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