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Articles in the issue include:
New Jersey Bill Would Dramatically Expand Employers’ Notice Distribution Obligations
New Jersey Bills Seek to Prohibit Employers from Requiring or Obtaining Credit Checks from Applicants or Employees
New Jersey Senate Bill Would Bar Employers from Seeking Social Media Information from Applicants and Employees
New Jersey Bills Seek to Reduce or Eliminate Unemployment Benefits Upon Receipt of Severance Benefits
New Jersey Assembly Passes Bill to Increase Minimum Wage to $8.50
Another School and Medical Leave Bill Is Introduced By New Jersey Legislature
New Jersey Senate Introduces “Lilly Ledbetter” Bill
Arbitration Agreement Enforceable Despite Limitation on Damages and Mutual Fee Shifting, New Jersey District Court Rules
Philadelphia-Based Employee’s CEPA and NJLAD Claims Dismissed Even Though Employee Managed New Jersey Accounts, New Jersey District Court Rules
Felony Conviction Renders Employee Unqualified, Discrimination Claims Dismissed, New Jersey District Court Rules
Defamation Plaintiff Need Not Offer Evidence of Actual Damages, New Jersey Supreme Court Holds
Employee Should Not Have Been Ordered to Share Cost of a Court-Appointed Discovery Master in CEPA and NJLAD Case, New Jersey Appellate Division Holds