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Further expanding an already expansive NJ whistleblowing law

USA - October 16 2014 Often touted as the most expansive state whistleblowing law in the U.S., New Jersey's seemingly boundless Conscientious Employee Protection Act…

Daniel L. Saperstein, Nicholas M Tamburri.

Can employees “blow the whistle” by simply working? EANJ says no

USA - May 8 2014 On behalf of the Employers Association of New Jersey ("EANJ"), Proskauer attorneys Mark Saloman, Daniel Saperstein, Allana Grinshteyn, and Nicholas…

Allana Grinshteyn, Daniel L. Saperstein, Nicholas M Tamburri.

New Jersey Supreme Court leaves employers with little protection against employees who steal confidential company documents to support discrimination claims

USA - December 3 2010 The Supreme Court of New Jersey issued a 5-2 decision yesterday that may very well insulate employees from discipline for wrongfully taking confidential company documents to support discrimination claims against their current employers.

John P Barry, Marvin M Goldstein, Keri L Reid, Lawrence R Sandak.

New Jersey’s high court ruling reaffirms employer’s right to monitor and restrict computer use - provides guidance for effective internet usage policies

USA - April 5 2010 On March 30, 2010, the New Jersey Supreme Court issued a much-anticipated ruling concerning the extent to which employers can monitor and restrict their employees' personal use of company computers.

Robert Barry, Elise M Bloom, Marvin M Goldstein, Gregory I Rasin, Lawrence R Sandak.