Some Democratic legislators have come up with a plan to get more New Jerseyans off the unemployment rolls by voiding restrictive covenants that impede their job searches
Each payment of discriminatory wages constitutes an actionable wrong that is remediable under the LAD; plaintiff may seek recovery of back pay subject to the two-year statute of limitations
Plaintiff's hostile work environment claim brought under the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination is barred by the statute of limitations, which ran from the date plaintiff left the workplace and no
New Jersey has settled for $150,000 a federal suit by three women lawyers who alleged a "caste system" at the Office of Attorney Ethics that assigned women to less desirable jobs
...1990. Leone-Zwillinger was represented by Richard Schall, of Schall & Barasch in Moorestown. Segars' attorney was Christopher Farella, of Stahl...
...case has been "tentatively settled." Patricia Barasch, of Moorestown's Schall & Barasch, which represents the plaintiffs, confirms a deal...
...by a jury," says plaintiffs' lawyer Richard Schall, of Moorestown's Schall & Barasch. Spokespersons for the Attorney General and the Administrative Office...
Courts in this state have been permitted to "blue pencil" noncompete agreements to make their terms "reasonable and not oppressive." But fewer strokes would curb employers' use of such agreements in
A bill on Gov. Jon Corzine's desk would put bosses who foist their political and religious views on employees at risk of being held liable for lost wages, punitive damages and even civil fines
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