A former Pepsi employee had his employment-discrimination suit reinstated September 4, where his original lawyer had kept the suit's dismissal ? and his own disbarment ? a secret
The recent opinion from the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania in Vaughn v. LA Fitness, Civ. Nos. 10-2326, 11-2644, 2012 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 115272 (E.D.PA. Aug. 16, 2012), pro
Aside from the hopelessly clueless, everyone in the legal industry knows about the mounting pressure on general counsel to do more with less
Former Jersey City, N.J., judge Wilson Campbell, whose affair with a bailiff led to a reprimand and his resignation from the bench in 2009, is still in court, litigating a civil suit against Hudson C
...Discrimination; intentional infliction of emotional distress; retaliation for asserting rights under the LAD; and violation of the Wage Payment Act. The suit was...
Originally Published: New Jersey Law Journal
An ex-municipal judge reprimanded for his romance with a bailiff can proceed with a federal suit alleging his former law firm forced him to resign as a consequence of the interracial affair
...not return calls. On March 16, Costello filed a separate LAD suit alleging the December firing of all 78 cocktail waitresses during the...
Local employers will soon have to confront issues that are likely to arise in the workplace when employees who legally use marijuana for medicinal purposes report to work
...fee-shifting statute, such as the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination, or LAD, and recovers a judgment against the defendant, which would otherwise entitle it...
...or sexual characteristics." In addition to the CEPA and LAD claims, the complaint alleges wrongful termination, intentional infliction of emotional distress and...
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