Employment Discrimination Blog

Defending Against Attack Damages in a Lawsuit: How Social Media Can Help

When seeking a strategy to attack damages in a litigation, defense lawyers make it their mission to use anything and everything at their disposal to strengthen the case of their client. In today’s digital age, this means taking to the web and using a wide range of internet resources, which can include access to a ….

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Laws Prohibiting Discrimination – New Jersey Discrimination Laws Explained 

Published on 17th October, 2014 under New Jersey

Federal law prohibits employment discrimination based on a person’s race, sex, color, religion or national origin. Federal law also prohibits employment discrimination based on disability, and in certain cases, based on pregnancy or age. However, there are a lot of categories of individuals who are not protected from discrimination under federal law. New Jersey provides ….

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Newark’s Mandatory Paid Sick Leave Act: What You Need to Know

Published on 16th October, 2014 under New Jersey

Everyone gets sick. Colds, flus, injuries, and other illnesses can impact anyone, anywhere. For many employees across the country, the choice to stay home sick can mean lost wages or even termination. Beginning in May 2014, employees in Newark, New Jersey are able to earn paid sick leave, providing critical job protection for many employees. ….

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Laws Prohibiting Discrimination

Published on 14th October, 2014 under New Jersey

Federal law prohibits employment discrimination based on a person’s race, sex, color, religion or national origin. Federal law also prohibits employment discrimination based on disability, and in certain cases, based on pregnancy or age. However, there are a lot of categories of individuals who are not protected from discrimination under federal law. New Jersey provides ….

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