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Plaintiff Awarded $1 Million by a New Jersey Jury in a National Origin Discrimination Lawsuit

The New Jersey Law Against Discrimination (NJLAD) bars employers from discriminating against employees and job seekers based on several factors, including race, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, disability, gender identity, and age. The NJLAD prohibits discrimination in every aspect of employment, including hiring, terminations, promotions, compensation, and job duties. Employers in New Jersey are also…
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What Impact Does Domestic Violence Have on Divorce Proceedings in New Jersey?

Domestic violence remains a significant issue in the United States, New Jersey not being an exception. The situation is quite bad in New Jersey. It...
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FTC Issues Rule Banning Non-Compete Agreements in New Jersey and Nationwide

Non-compete agreements (NCAs) have long been a tool for safeguarding employers’ interests. However, non-compete agreements also stand as a potential obstacle for employees seeking new...
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Domestic Violence in New Jersey

Domestic violence is a pervasive issue in the United States of America, the state of New Jersey not being an exception. According to statistics, in...
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How Cohabitation Affects Alimony in New Jersey

Alimony is a critical part of divorce proceedings. Alimony helps bridge the financial gap between ex-spouses. It is designed to support an ex-spouse financially until...
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New DOL Guidance on Worker Classification

In New Jersey, workers are categorized as employees or independent contractors. Misclassifying an employee as an independent contractor (IC) deprives the worker of fundamental rights...
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Can I Appeal a New Jersey Divorce Judgment?

Usually, when a judge makes a divorce ruling, the decision is final. However, you can appeal the decision if you believe the court’s ruling was...
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What to Do if You are Fired for Being “Too Old”

Imagine being a committed employee who is never late for work and who others can depend on and then losing it all in one day....
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What Expenses Does New Jersey Child Support Cover?

In New Jersey, parents are obligated to support their children emotionally and financially even if they do not live together, are divorced, or are separated....
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What Damages Can I Recover if My Employer Didn’t Pay Me Overtime?

Federal and state laws require employers to pay overtime to eligible employees who work for more than 40 hours a week. Under the Fair Labor...
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Alternative Dispute Resolution Methods in New Jersey Divorce Cases

When people think about divorce, many think about a trial. A trial entails spouses going to court, each spouse presenting evidence and arguments to support...
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The New Jersey Domestic Workers Bill of Rights

Domestic workers play a crucial role in society. These workers support communities and households by providing a range of essential services. Domestic workers include, among...
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How Long Does a Divorce Take in New Jersey?

One of the common questions we get as family law attorneys from divorcing couples is how long it takes to get a divorce. The divorce...
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Plaintiff Awarded $1 Million by a New Jersey Jury in a National Origin Discrimination Lawsuit

The New Jersey Law Against Discrimination (NJLAD) bars employers from discriminating against employees and job seekers based on several factors, ...
Read More

What Impact Does Domestic Violence Have on Divorce Proceedings in New Jersey?

Domestic violence remains a significant issue in the United States, New Jersey not being an exception. The situation is quite ...
Read More

FTC Issues Rule Banning Non-Compete Agreements in New Jersey and Nationwide

Non-compete agreements (NCAs) have long been a tool for safeguarding employers’ interests. However, non-compete agreements also stand as a potential ...
Read More

Domestic Violence in New Jersey

Domestic violence is a pervasive issue in the United States of America, the state of New Jersey not being an ...
Read More

How Cohabitation Affects Alimony in New Jersey

Alimony is a critical part of divorce proceedings. Alimony helps bridge the financial gap between ex-spouses. It is designed to ...
Read More

New DOL Guidance on Worker Classification

In New Jersey, workers are categorized as employees or independent contractors. Misclassifying an employee as an independent contractor (IC) deprives ...
Read More

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