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Articles in this issue:
New Jersey Voters Raise State Minimum Wage
New Jersey Bill Seeks to Expand Protections for Pregnant Employees
New Jersey Clarifies New Hire Reporting Obligations
Jersey City, New Jersey Enacts Sick Leave Ordinance; Is Newark Next?
New Law Punishes New Jersey Employers That Fail to Timely or Adequately Respond to Unemployment Agency Requests for Information
Proposed Amendment to New Jersey Prevailing Wage Law Would Severely Punish Repeat Offenders
New Jersey Bill Aims to Count Time Missed Due to a State of Emergency in Determining Eligibility for Certain Leave Benefits
Annual CEPA Notice
New Jersey Social Media Privacy Law
From the Courts
Plaintiff’s Employment Case Dismissed for Failure to Mention Suit in Pending Bankruptcy Proceedings, New Jersey District Court Holds
Equity Partner Lacks Standing to Bring Whistleblower Claim Under CEPA, New Jersey District Court Holds
Missing “At-Will” Language in Employment Agreement Leaves At-Will Status Up to the Jury, New Jersey Appellate Division Holds
Defense Counsel’s ex parte Investigation of EEOC Claimants Leads to Sanctions by New Jersey District Court