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Sweeping NJ “Wage Theft” Law Exponentially Expands Exposure for Wage Claims

USA - August 23 2019 As the result of a sweeping “Wage Theft” law (“Law”), which became effective upon enactment on August 6, 2019, New Jersey employers will face...

Maxine Neuhauser.

New Jersey Enacts Sweeping “Wage Theft” Law

USA - August 16 2019 On August 6, 2019, Acting Governor Sheila Oliver signed S1790 into law (“Law”), toughening the penalties for failure to pay wages, benefits, and...

Maxine Neuhauser.

New Jersey Appellate Division Panels Reach Different Conclusions on the Enforceability of Arbitration Agreements That Are Exempt from Coverage Under the FAA

USA - June 12 2019 Earlier this year, in New Prime, Inc. v. Oliveira, 586 U.S. __, 139 S. Ct 532 (2019), the United States Supreme Court held that the Federal...

Wage and Hour Administrator Issues Opinion Letters Addressing the 8-and-80 Overtime Method, as well as “Fair Reading” of the FLSA Exemptions for Teachers & Agricultural Employees

USA - April 11 2019 The Acting Administrator of the U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division recently issued opinion letters addressing (i) the 8-and-80...

The Third Circuit Defines the Requirements for Orders Certifying Wage Hour Class Actions

USA - March 5 2019 The obligations of a district court to analyze conflicting evidence regarding class and collective action certification was recently addressed by the...

Patrick G. Brady.