Patrice E. LeTourneau

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New Jersey's Controversial Temporary Laborers' Bill of Rights Becomes Law

USA - March 13 2023 Notably, despite prior versions to the contrary, the enacted bill does not apply to all temporary positions, but only those the Legislature has…

Danielle M. Dwyer, Michael R. Futterman

Compliance Resolutions for New Jersey Employers in the Year Ahead

USA - January 5 2023 Known for jug handles, Bon Jovi, beautiful beaches and, unfortunately, Snooki, New Jersey, year after year, is also slowly becoming one of the most…

Michael R. Futterman, Kathleen O'Malley

New Year Brings New Minimum Wages for New Jersey Employers

USA - December 2 2022 New Jersey employers should begin their New Year's preparations now, as minimum wage increases are set to take effect on January 1, 2023. For most…

Michael R. Futterman, Jesse S. Stavis

New Jersey Bill Seeks to Ax Non-Disparagement Provisions in Employment Agreements

USA - October 11 2022 On September 29, 2022, the New Jersey Assembly Judiciary Committee unanimously approved a bill that would ban non-disparagement provisions in…

Danielle M. Dwyer, Michael R. Futterman

New Jersey Employers: Plan Ahead for the Long-Delayed Overhaul of the State's WARN Act

USA - June 8 2022 On January 21, 2020, months before the COVID-19 pandemic emerged in the United States, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy signed into law New Jersey…

Kathryn R. Brown, Michael R. Futterman