N.J. court decides to ban offers of judgment in class actions, bringing it into agreement with the Third Circuit
...because they receive tips—is illegal if the employer flouts the FLSA requirement that tip pooling be limited to employees who customarily receive tips...
...allege they do not fall under the outside sales exemption to the FLSA because their primary duties do not include obtaining sales contracts, and they...
Daily decision alert
Students of a New Jersey beauty school have joined in a putative class action claiming they were put to work at commercial establishments without pay in violation of federal and state law
Matters related to the Hague Convention and unpaid interns are explored in the latest newsletters from NJSBA sections and committees
Must a whistleblower be acting outside the scope of his employment? N.J. courts split on whether there should be a "job-duty exception" to CEPA
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