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Articles in this issue include:
Package of Gender Pay Parity Laws Reaches New Jersey Governor’s Desk
New Jersey Assembly Amends Applicant/Employee Social Networking Disclosure Bill
New Jersey Senate Introduces New Minimum Wage Bill
Third Circuit Establishes New Test for Joint Employer Liability Under FLSA
Employer Need Not Ask Questions When a New Hire Brings His Customer List With Him, New Jersey Supreme Court Holds
New Jersey Supreme Court Severely Limits the Laches Defense for Claims Brought Within the Statute of Limitations
Despite Willful OSHA Violation, New Jersey Supreme Court Reaffirms Exclusivity of Workers’ Compensation Benefits, Refuses to Apply Intentional Injury Exception
Termination Two Days Before Taking FMLA Leave “Unusually Suggestive,” New Jersey District Court Holds
NJLAD Lawsuit Barred Once State Agency Adopted Finding of EEOC, New Jersey Appellate Division Holds
Alcoholic Anxiety-Stricken Nurse States Termination Claim Under NJLAD, New Jersey District Court Holds
Union President Had Expectation of Privacy in Private Facebook Posting, New Jersey District Court Holds