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School Boards Have Complete Control Over School Calendar: Application and Implications of Appellate Division Ruling

USA - August 31 2018 From time-to-time, it is sound management practice to review longstanding contract language that continues to appear in current collective…

U.S. Supreme Court Rules That Employers May Require Employees To Waive Class And Collective Actions And Individually Arbitrate Their Employment Claims

USA - June 29 2018 Defending against class actions or collective actions brought by large groups of employees alleging violations of wage and hour, as well as a variety…

New Jersey Employers Must Now Offer Paid Sick Leave

USA - May 4 2018 On Wednesday, May 2, 2018, New Jersey became the 10th State in the Country to mandate paid sick leave be provided to employees. Governor Phil Murphy…

Sal M. Anderton, David L. Disler, Janelle Edwards-Stewart, Marie-Laurence Fabian, Vito A. Gagliardi, Jr., James H. Coleman, Jr., Melanie D. Lipomanis, Jeffrey M. Pypcznski, Michael L. Rich

Equal Pay and Gender Equality Prioritized By Governor Murphy

USA - January 24 2018 In June 2017, the New Jersey Legislature passed A3480, a bill that would have prohibited all employers in the State from requesting a prospective…

David L. Disler, James H. Coleman, Jr., Kerri A. Wright

Third Circuit Clarifies that Employees Can Prove a Hostile Work Environment When Subjected to a Single Workplace Slur

USA - August 31 2017 Few issues perplex employers more than discovering that a supervisor made an insensitive and possibly offensive remark to one or more employees…