A New Jersey federal court recently held that a six-year, not a two-year, statute of limitations applies to claims under the New Jersey Wage Payment Law, N.J.S.A. 34:11-4.1, et seq., that section of the New Jersey wage and hour law that regulates administrative responsibilities for New Jersey employers, including time and mode of payment, paydays, payment by direct deposit, lawful deductions, and wage and hour records. Meyers v. Heffernan, 2014 WL 3343803 (D.N.J. July 8, 2014). This contrasts with other provisions of the wage and hour law, such as the minimum wage and overtime provisions, which are governed by a two-year statute of limitations.