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Class Action Trends Report Fall 2018

USA - December 12 2018 Dramatic changes in the way businesses operate in recent decades have led to a sharp increase in the "contingent" workforce. Faced with ever-growing...

Cary G. Palmer, Justin R. Barnes, Douglas J. Klein, Eric R. Magnus, Stephanie L. Goutos, Victoria Woodin Chavey, Stephanie L. Adler-Paindiris, Jonathan M. Minear, Elizabeth S. Gerling, Tony H. McGrath, Vincent E. Polsinelli, Christopher J. Stevens, David R. Golder, Paul Patten, Alison Crane, James M. McDonnell, Scott M. Pechaitis, Brett M. Anders, David T. Wiley, T. Chase Samples.


New Jersey considering ban on employment bias against unemployment status

USA - March 20 2014 The New Jersey State Senate Labor Committee by a 3-2 vote has advanced a bill prohibiting employment discrimination based on an applicant's...

Richard J. Cino.


Court holds hostile work environment claim based upon disability harassment can proceed due to retail employer’s failure to stop the harassment

USA - February 11 2014 A federal court recently held that a retail employee could proceed to trial on his hostile work environment claim based upon disability harassment...

Dylan B. Carp, Nancy J. Arencibia.


Court holds New Jersey anti-discrimination statutes do not protect filing of workers' compensation claim, but preempt common law claims for discriminatory discharge against retailer

USA - June 10 2013 A federal court recently held that a cashier who was discharged one year after filing a workers' compensation claim failed to state a claim under the...

Nancy J. Arencibia.


New Jersey's Conscientious Employee Protection Act protects employee's disclosure of customer information to prevent suspected child abuse

USA - April 29 2013 A federal court recently held that an assistant merchandise manager stated a claim under New Jersey's Conscientious Employee Protection Act ("CEPA")...

Nancy J. Arencibia.