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It Is Time To Take Your Company's Temperature...

How healthy is your Company? Does it comply with all of its obligations under ever-expanding employment laws? Considering all of the recent developments in New Jersey and New York employment law, now...

Notorious R.B.G. and Gender Equality...

Today we are not blogging about a recent development in employment law. Instead, we wish to call attention to an entertaining source to help non-lawyers understand how we arrived at the current...

NYC's Earned Safe and Sick Time Act Takes Effect...

On May 5, 2018, NYC’s Earned Safe and Sick Time Act (the “ESSTA”) went into effect. It amends NYC’s Earned Sick Time Act by (a) permitting an employee to use accrued...

New York's Six New Sexual Harassment Prevention Laws...

On April 12, 2018, Governor Cuomo signed New York's latest budget that includes six laws reflecting the concerns of the Metoo# movement that employers need to...

Executive Order to Review Worker Misclassification in NJ...

On May 3rd Governor Phil Murphy continued his efforts to protect workers in New Jersey by signing an Executive Order establishing a Task Force on Employee Misclassification. The Executive Order...

Governor Phil Murphy's first act as governor was to...

The Governor is now about to sign legislation amending the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination ("NJLAD") that will ban employers from paying women and other employees in a protected...

Confidential Sexual Harassment Settlements No Longer Tax...

The recently enacted Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (the "Act") has had a tremendous impact on the settlement of sexual harassment cases. Section 13307 of the...

Stormy Daniels' gag order explained. Is it fair?...

The Me Too and Time’s Up movements rekindled the nation’s collective awareness concerning sexual harassment and abuse which had all but disappeared since the Clarence Thomas Supreme Court...