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Eversheds Sutherland (US) LLP | USA | 15 Nov 2016

New Jersey Tax Court Analyzes Credit Card Receipt Sourcing

The New Jersey Tax Court determined that credit card issuers must source to New Jersey all of their interest and interchange fee receipts, and half of


Wiley Rein LLP | USA | 27 Jun 2011

Settlement for transfer of rights and provision of services is not "money damages"

The New Jersey Supreme Court has held that an insured’s settlement agreement to waive fines, provide services for the claimant and to assign to the claimant certain rights did not constitute covered “loss,” defined by the policy as “money damages.”


Fox Rothschild LLP | USA | 7 Mar 2011

Courts invalidate regional affordable housing guidelines

On Feb 24, 2011, the Appellate Division of the Superior Court of New Jersey invalidated the Council on Affordable Housing (COAH) Regional Affordable Housing Development Program Guidelines (Guidelines).


Lowenstein Sandler LLP | USA | 6 Jul 2010

Are commercial tenants entitled to notice of a proposed blight designation under New Jersey's Local Redevelopment Housing Law?

In Iron Mountain Information Management Inc v The City of Newark, A-100-08, the New Jersey Supreme Court considered whether a long-term commercial tenant, with a limited right of first refusal to purchase the property being leased, is entitled to the same notice as the property owner when the property is subject to a potential blight designation pursuant to the Local Redevelopment Housing Law (LRHL), N.


Wiley Rein LLP | USA | 24 Apr 2009

Demand letter from employee does not constitute a claim

The United States District Court for the District of New Jersey has held that a genuine issue of material fact existed as to whether a demand letter from an employee constituted a claim under an employment practices liability policy.


Ogletree Deakins | USA | 9 Jan 2009

CEPA does not protect an employee’s inappropriate conduct

Here, the Appellate Division held that New Jersey’s Conscientious Employee Protection Act (CEPA) does not protect an employee’s inappropriate conduct.


Ogletree Deakins | USA | 3 Dec 2008

Unemployment benefits awarded where employer-initiated change to work schedule interfered with employee’s established child care arrangements

In this matter, the court held that an employer’s unilateral change in an employee’s work schedule constituted good cause for claimant to resign, and would not preclude receipt of unemployment benefits, where the schedule change prevented the employee from picking up her daughter from daycare by the closing time.

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