...case. Bianchi said of his replacement Knapp, of Knapp, Trimboli & Prusinowski in Florham Park, I know Mr. Knapp, have...
...specialized in labor law, had been with Florham Park's Knapp, Trimboli & Prusinowski. He replaced Democrat Robert Bianchi, a holdover whose term expired...
...replace Morris County Prosecutor Robert Bianchi, is a partner at Knapp, Trimboli & Prusinowski in Florham Park, where he practices labor and employment law...
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A town cannot require a union employee to fill out a Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) medical certification if the employee expressly declines FMLA leave
The arbitrator's interpretation of the parties' collective-bargaining agreement as providing that muster time is to be compensated at straight-time pay is reasonably debatable and, therefore, must be
A change, without collective negotiations, in the staff's work schedule to eliminate premium payments for working nonoperational posts on holidays was not an unfair labor practice
Abolishing featherbedding on holidays — the practice of hiring of more workers than necessary and at enhanced pay — is a sound management policy, not an unfair labor practice, a state app
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