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Court Excludes EEOC Determination Letter That Contained Factual Inaccuracies and Conclusions of Law.

USA - February 2 2021 Courts regularly act as gatekeepers in determining what evidence juries are entitled to hear at trial. In Nuccio v. Shell Pipeline Co., LP, a federal…

Martin W. Aron

New Jersey Court Orders Employer to Reimburse Worker for Medical Marijuana Expenses in Workers’ Compensation Case

USA - January 16 2020 In a case of first impression, the New Jersey Appellate Division held that it was appropriate for a Workers’ Compensation judge to order an employer…

Can Cross-Generational Viral Internet Phrases in the Workplace Create Unlawful Age Discrimination?

USA - December 6 2019 “OK Boomer” is having a moment on the internet, appearing often in viral jokes and memes. It is widely considered an all-purpose retort by the…

Joseph C. DeBlasio

Federal Appeals Court Holds Test For Illegal Drugs Is Not An Impermissible Medical Examination, Even If Test May Reveal Lawful Drug Use

USA - October 21 2019 A federal appeals court upheld the termination of an employee who tested positive for amphetamines on a random drug test - despite his claim that the…

New Jersey Amends Medical Marijuana Law to Provide Job Protections, Include Drug Testing Procedures

USA - July 15 2019 New Jersey has provided job protections to medical marijuana users and created new drug testing procedures under new law signed by Governor Phil…

Kathryn J. Russo