The state Supreme Court reaffirms the public policy that arbitration is the best way to handle contract disputes with public-sector employees and that arbitrators' awards should be given great defere
The arbitration award requiring reimbursement of an increase in employee's health-care co-pay involved a reasonably debatable interpretation of the collective-bargaining agreement
Detectives and investigators in the Mercer County Prosecutor's Office have won a new contract that calls for a 7 percent pay raise spread over a four-year period
A citizen watchdog coalition was too late in suing Bergen County over an agreement allowing a private firm to run a public hospital — even though it had ample opportunity to file earlier, the
State troopers who challenged the constitutionality of a New Jersey policy that bans them from moonlighting as lawyers see their appeal dismissed
Paragraph 1 of Executive Order No. 7, which seeks to extend "pay-to-play" restrictions on political campaign contributions to labor organizations, violates principles of separation of powers under th
Some New Jersey state troopers are also lawyers — in fact, the state helped pay their way through law school — but now they say the state is wrongfully taking away their right to practice
...law enforcement obligations in any way," says Bukosky, of Hackensack's Loccke, Correia, Schlager, Limsky & Bukosky. "Troopers who attended...
...employer about the environmental problems. He and the union's lawyer, Michael Bukosky, wrote to the commission's chief of police complaining about the rats...
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