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Documenting Workplace Retaliation

Workplace retaliation can be a distressing experience. Unfortunately, workplace retaliation is quite common in the United States of America, and the state of New Jersey is no exception. Workplace retaliation can hurt your career, well-being, and overall livelihood. Fortunately, employees who suffer workplace retaliation have legal options. Workplace retaliation is illegal, and employees who suffer…
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Reasons a Parent May Lose Child Custody in New Jersey

After a court establishes a child custody order, it is generally expected that the arrangement will provide a certain level of stability and potentially even...
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Ways Misclassification Can Hurt Workers

In New Jersey, workers are classified as either employees or independent contractors. All employers in New Jersey are required to establish if the people working...
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How Social Media Can Impact Family Law Cases

In the digital age, social media has become an integral part of our lives. Research suggests that seven in ten Americans use social media. Social...
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New Jersey Supreme Court Rules That Non-Disparagement Clauses in Discrimination Settlements are Against the Law

For purposes of this article, the plaintiff in the case will be referred to as C.S. Employers often have contractual provisions that prohibit employees from...
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New Jersey Child Custody and Relocation Laws

After parents get a divorce, the custodial parent might want to move with their child for several reasons. For example, a parent might want to...
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Newly Proposed Bills Would Regulate AI Tools in Employment in NJ

Employers are relying heavily on AI tools for their recruitment and hiring processes. However, there are concerns that these tools can be biased just like...
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Debunking Some Common Myths About Domestic Violence

Despite increased awareness of the issue of domestic violence, many myths abound about it. As family law attorneys, we have encountered many people with questions...
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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,...
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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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Can I Be Fired Due To Disability Caused Performance Issues?

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) prohibits the discrimination of people with disabilities in workplaces, schools, and other areas. When ...
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Top Five Divorce Law Myths in New Jersey Debunked

If you are facing a divorce in New Jersey, having accurate information about the state’s divorce laws is a crucial ...
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The Supreme Court of the United States Changes Standard for Religious Accommodation

It is against the law for employers to discriminate against employees and job applicants based on religion. Both federal and ...
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Understanding New Jersey Child Support Laws (Part 2)

In this second part of the article titled “Understanding New Jersey Child Support Laws,” we discuss four vital things you ...
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Debunking Common Myths About Whistleblowing

A whistleblower is an employee who reveals wrongdoing by their employer of the sort that harms people or goes against ...
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Understanding New Jersey Child Support Laws (Part 1)

If you are about to get a divorce in New Jersey and have children, one of the things that is ...
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