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"New Jersey Court Holds Employer Not Liable for “Retaliation” After Terminating Employee Who Removed Confidential Information to Support Her Discrimination Claim," Employment & Labor Law Alert, August 25, 2009 (Richard S. Zackin)

"Enforcing Uniform Conduct Standards Under ADA (Reprinted by permission of SHRM-Atlanta. All rights reserved.)," The Human Resource, Summer 2009 (Susan L. Nardone, Megan Frese Porio)

"Recent Significant Legislative Enactments New York Employers Should Know About," Employment & Labor Law Alert, June 24, 2009 (Employment Law Department)

"The United States Supreme Court Makes Age Discrimination Claims Harder To Prove By Holding That An ADEA Plaintiff Must Prove “But-For” Causation," Employment & Labor Law Alert, June 24, 2009 (Suzanne Herrmann Brock)

"Changes to Health Care Overtime Regulations in PA," The Legal Intelligencer, June 15, 2009 (Susan L. Nardone, Kimberly B. Altschuler)

"Are Employees’ Personal E-mail Accounts Off Limits?," New York Law Journal, May 26, 2009 (Mitchell Boyarsky, Co-Authored)

"Department of Labor Decision May Expand SOX Whistleblower Protection," Jackson Lewis website, March 26, 2009 (Mitchell Boyarsky, Co-Authored)

"Agreements to Arbitrate Employment Disputes: Pending Legislation and Judicial Developments May Radically Alter the Landscape," Employment & Labor Law Alert, February 19, 2009 (Richard S. Zackin)

"The Lilly Ledbetter Fair Payment Act of 2009: What it Means to Your Business," Employment & Labor Law Alert, February 19, 2009 (Employment Law Department)

"Enforcing Uniform Conduct Standards Under ADA," Employment Law 360, February 6, 2009 (Susan L. Nardone, Megan Frese Porio)

"E-Verify Rule Effective Date Delayed to May 21, 2009," Employment & Labor Law Alert, February 3, 2009

"No-Match Rule Update," Employment & Labor Law Alert, February 3, 2009

"Effective Date of the New Form I-9 Changed to April 3, 2009," Employment & Labor Law Alert, February 3, 2009

"Expansion of US-VISIT Procedures," Employment & Labor Law Alert, February 3, 2009

"Expanded Leave Laws Can Lead to Abuses: What New Jersey Employers Need to Know," Commerce, February 2009 (Kelly Ann Bird)

"E-Verify Rule to Take Effect January 15, 2009 for All Federal Contractors," Employment & Labor Law Alert, January 6, 2009

"Union Bailout," Executive Counsel, 2009 (James J. La Rocca)

"Watershed Moment Within the World of Disability Law," New Jersey Law Journal, December 8, 2008 (Susan L. Nardone)

"A Mixed Bag on Mixed-Motive Standard Needs Resolution," The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel, November 2008 (Susan L. Nardone, Carla N. Dorsi)

"D.C. Circuit Holds That EEOC’s Policy Concerning Disclosure of Confidential Employer Information Conflicts With Agency’s Own FOIA Regulations and Bars EEOC From Releasing Such Information," Employment & Labor Law Alert, October 15, 2008

"The New Jersey Supreme Court Addresses the Standard for Religious-Based Hostile Work Environment Claims," Employment & Labor Law Alert, October 15, 2008

"Congress Amends, and Expands, the ADA," Employment & Labor Law Alert, October 15, 2008 (Richard S. Zackin)

"No Reserved Gate? No Problem: Use of Reserved Hours to Isolate Labor Disputes at a Common Situs," The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel, October 2008

"A Mixed Bag on Mixed-Motive Standard Needs Resolution," ABA Committee News, Fall 2008 (Susan L. Nardone, Carla N. Dorsi)

"Trial Court Has the Right to Decide Whether to Admit "Me Too" Testimony ," Employment & Labor Law Alert, March 19, 2008

"U.S. Supreme Court Holds That Contractual Arbitration Agreements Trump State Administrative Proceedings," Employment & Labor Law Alert, March 19, 2008 (Richard S. Zackin)

"U.S. Supreme Court Adopts a Vague Definition of "Charge" Under the ADEA, Leaving Meaning Unclear, and Allowing Plaintiff to Proceed with Age Discrimination Claims Despite Failure to File Formal Charge with EEOC," Employment & Labor Law Alert, March 19, 2008 (Carla N. Dorsi)

"New Jersey Adopts Its Own Version of the WARN Act," Employment & Labor Law Alert, February 26, 2008 (Richard S. Zackin)

"Religious Accommodation Amendments to New Jersey's Law Against Discrimination Enacted," Employment & Labor Law Alert, February 26, 2008

"New Jersey Appellate Division Addresses What Constitutes Protected Whistle-Blowing Activity Under CEPA," Employment & Labor Law Alert, February 26, 2008 (Suzanne Herrmann Brock)

"EFCA Legislation Will Increase Corporate Costs & Liability," Financial Executives International, 2008 (James J. La Rocca)

"Bill May Lead to Job Losses in County," The Morris County Daily Record, 2008 (James J. La Rocca)

"Eliminating an Employee's Chance to Cast a Secret Ballot," Bender's Labor & Employment Bulletin, 2008 (James J. La Rocca)

"EFCA Can Cost Your Company Millions," Directorship, 2008 (James J. La Rocca)

"EFCA--The Right to Vote Under Attack, Again," Law360, 2008 (James J. La Rocca)

"What's in a Name?: Recent Analysis of the Independent Contractor Designation Under CEPA & the NJLAD," New Jersey Lawyer, 2008 (James J. La Rocca)

"Blowing Your SOX Off," New Jersey Lawyer, 2008 (James J. La Rocca)

"Dealing with Child Pornography in the Workplace," New Jersey Law Journal, 2008 (James J. La Rocca)

"EEOC Offers Guidance on Treatment of Workers With Caregiver Responsibilities," ABA Committee News, Winter 2008 (Susan L. Nardone)

"Retaliation/Discrimination or Interference
Why It Matters Under the FMLA," Municipal Lawyer, January/February 2008 (Kelly Ann Bird)

"No Trust at the NFL: League's Network Passes Rule of Reason Analysis," UCLA Entertainment Law Review, 2008 (James J. La Rocca)

"From Contractor to Employee: Just Blow the Whistle," New Jersey Lawyer, November 26, 2007 (Carla N. Dorsi)

"Accommodating Disabled Employees: A Guide to the Good Faith Interactive Process," The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel, November 2007 (Christine A. Amalfe, Megan Frese Porio)

"New EEOC Enforcement Guidance Addresses Unlawful Discrimination Against Workers with Caregiving Responsibilities," July 6, 2007 (Susan L. Nardone)

"Supreme Court of New Jersey Limits Damages for the Breach of a Non-Solicitation Agreement.," July 6, 2007

"U.S. Supreme Court Rules in Ledbetter v. Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. That Title VII Pay Discrimination Claims Must Be Filed Within EEOC Statute of Limitations," Employment & Labor Law Alert, July 6, 2007 (Kristin D. Sostowski)

"New Jersey Supreme Court Addresses Sheriff's Office's Obligations to Reasonably Accommodate Permanently Disabled Employees," July 6, 2007

"Retaliation/Discrimination or Interference: Why It Matters Under the FMLA," The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel, July 2007 (Kelly Ann Bird)

"Setting the Standard for Subordinate Bias," New Jersey Law Journal, April 9, 2007

"Recent Decisions Regarding Employee Email Highlight Need For Effective Electronic Communications Policies," Privacy & Data Security Law Journal, April 2007 (Kristin D. Sostowski)

"New Jersey Supreme Court Addresses Proof and Evidence Issues in Retaliation Case," Employment & Labor Law Alert, March 8, 2007 (Richard S. Zackin)

"Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals Holds that a Release With a No-Obligation-to-Rehire Provision Bars Age Discrimination Claim Arising After Execution of the Release," In-Sites, March 8, 2007 (Richard S. Zackin)

"The Expansion of the Subordinate Bias Liability Theory Under Title VII - The "Cat's Paw" Grows Nails," Employment & Labor Law Alert, March 8, 2007

"Take Care in Dealing with Injured Employees," New Jersey Law Journal, 2007 (James J. La Rocca)

"Employment Practices Training: A Win-Win," Garden State Woman, 2007 (Kelly Ann Bird)

"A Slice of Pie Productions v. Wayans Bros. Entertainment: Expression Misappropriation & Screenwriting," Entertainment & Sports Lawyer, 2007 (James J. La Rocca)

"Restrictive Covenants and Trade Secret Protection: The Business of Protecting Business," Pennsylvania Defense Institute, 2007 (Madeline M. Sherry, Holly Sando Rieck)

"Recent Federal Court Decisions on Discoverability of Employee Email Communications Highlight Need for Employers to Implement and Enforce Electronic Communications Policies," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, December 1, 2006 (Kristin D. Sostowski)

"New Jersey Appellate Division Addresses Common Law "Whistleblower" Claims and Destruction of Evidence Issues," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, December 1, 2006 (Carla N. Dorsi)

"United States Court of Appeals Holds That Damages Received for Emotional Distress and Loss of Reputation Are Not Taxable Income," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, December 1, 2006

"NLRB Provides Guidance for Definition of "Supervisor" in Section 2(11) of the NLRA," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, December 1, 2006

"New Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA) Regulations Clarify Employer Obligations to Employees Who Leave Employment to Undertake Military Service," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, June 28, 2006 (Kristin D. Sostowski)

"For the First Time the Supreme Court Defines Retaliatory Conduct for Purposes of a Title VII "Retaliation Claim"," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, June 27, 2006 (Richard S. Zackin)

"The New Jersey Supreme Court Addresses "Reasonable Accommodation" and Prejudgment Interest in LAD Cases," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, June 27, 2006 (Richard S. Zackin)

"New Jersey Employer Potentially Liable for Failing to Investigate and Report Viewing of Child Pornography by Employee," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, March 7, 2006 (The Employment Law Department)

"Pennsylvania Superior Court Recognizes Cause of Action for Sexual Harassment Claim of an At-Will Employee," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, March 7, 2006 (Madeline M. Sherry, Holly Sando Rieck)

"New Jersey Appellate Division Creates Four-Prong Test for Determining Who Constitutes an Employee Under CEPA," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, March 7, 2006 (Carla N. Dorsi)

"The New Jersey Appellate Division Addresses Mixed-Motive Discrimination Cases Post Desert Palace and Finds Sufficient Evidence on Plaintiff's LAD Disability Discrimination Claim," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, March 7, 2006 (The Employment Law Department)

"Lowery v. Klemm: A Failed Attempt at Providing Unpaid Interns & Volunteers with Adequate Employment Protections," Boston University Public Interests Law Journal, 2006 (James J. La Rocca)

"Covenants Not to Compete," Employment Litigation in New Jersey Volume 2, November 30, 2005 (Christopher Walsh)

"Amendments to the LAD may be on the Way," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, December 28, 2005 (Richard S. Zackin)

"Seventh Circuit Determines That Pay Differential Based Upon Wage History Is Permissible Under the Equal Pay Act," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, December 20, 2005 (Susan L. Nardone)

"The New Jersey Appellate Division Finds Exclusion In Insurance Carrier's Policy Valid Where CEPA Plaintiff Did Not Complain Of 'Emotional Injuries Accompanied By Physical Manifestations'," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, December 20, 2005 (Richard S. Zackin)

"Fifth Circuit Upholds Summary Judgment for Employer Because of Plaintiff's Failure to Follow Employer's Sexual Harassment Complaint Procedures," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, December 20, 2005 (Richard S. Zackin)

"Hey, Employer: Giving a Reference? You'd Better Get It Right," New Jersey Lawyer, November 14, 2005 (Kristin D. Sostowski)

"The New Jersey Appellate Division Rules That An Employer May Be Held Liable For Negligent Misrepresentation For Providing False Information About A Former Employee," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, August 30, 2005 (Kristin D. Sostowski)

"The New Jersey Appellate Division Addresses the Applicability of CEPA to a Physician Who Raises "Patient Safety" Concerns," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, August 30, 2005 (The Employment Law Department)

"Eighth Circuit Finds Former Employee's ADEA Waiver Ineffective Because of Ambiguous Release Agreement," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, August 30, 2005 (Richard S. Zackin)

"The Third Circuit Holds That An Employer Can Enforce Internal Sick Leave Policies Provided That They Neither Conflict With Nor Diminish The Rights Created By The FMLA," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, August 30, 2005 (Carla N. Dorsi)

"New Jersey Appellate Court Rules that Mandatory Drug Testing of Job Applicants is Lawful," The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel, May 31, 2005 (Richard S. Zackin)

"The U.S. Supreme Court Rules that Disparate Impact Claims are Cognizable Under the ADEA," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, May 11, 2005 (Richard S. Zackin)

"Second Circuit Holds Voluntary, Clear, and Explicit Oral Settlement Agreement Enforceable," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, May 11, 2005

"Employer Not Liable For Constructive Discharge For Suggesting That Employee Resign," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, May 11, 2005 (The Employment Law Department)

"The N.J. Appellate Division Rules that Mandatory Drug Testing of Job Applicants is Lawful," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, May 11, 2005 (Richard S. Zackin)

"Forced Ranking Systems: Yesterday's Legal Target?," New Jersey Law Journal, March 28, 2005 (Christine A. Amalfe, Eileen Quinn Steiner)

"Sixth Circuit Upholds Contractual Statute of Limitations Clause Covering Discrimination Claims ," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, March 15, 2005 (Richard S. Zackin)

"Tenth Circuit Holds that the ADA Authorizes Hostile Work Environment Claims ," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, March 15, 2005 (Carla N. Dorsi)

"California Statute Mandates Sexual Harassment Training For Employees," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, March 15, 2005 (The Employment Law Department)

"The New Jersey Appellate Division Holds that Nepotism in Employment is not Prohibited by the LAD ," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, Special Issue, December 23, 2004 (Richard S. Zackin)

"The Second Circuit Holds that "Interaction with Others" Constitutes a "Major Life Activity" under the ADA when the Impairment Limits an Individual's Fundamental Ability to Communicate," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, December 23, 2004 (Carla N. Dorsi)

"Third Circuit Provides Guidance for Evaluating Major Life Activities Under The Americans With Disabilities Act," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, December 23, 2004 (The Employment Law Department)

"When Non-Competes are Non-Retaliatory," New Jersey Lawyer, October 25, 2004 (Kelly Ann Bird, Douglas E. Arone)

"Congress Passes Bill Permitting Plaintiffs Who Recover Judgments or Settlements in Discrimination/Retaliation Cases to Take Full "Above-the-Line" Deduction on Federal Tax Returns for Attorney Fees," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, October 22, 2004 (Peter J. Ulrich, Richard S. Zackin)

"Third Circuit Holds that Employer's Procedural Bias Requires Moderately Heightened Arbitrary and Capricious Standard of Judicial Review of Benefits Determinations under ERISA Plans," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, October 22, 2004 (Carla N. Dorsi)

"US Citizenship and Immigration Services Cuts Off H-1B Visas for 2005," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, October 22, 2004 (Susanne Peticolas)

"Appellate Division Holds that Plaintiffs in Harassment Suits are Entitled in Discovery to Investigation Reports of Harassment Claims Made by Other Employees," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, October 22, 2004 (The Employment Law Department)

"Decision by DCR Adverse to Employee Requires Court to Dismiss Section 1981 and NJLAD Claims But Not Title VII Claims," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, October 22, 2004 (The Employment Law Department)

"U.S. Supreme Court Requests Brief from Solicitor General on Employer Liability for Discrimination By Non-Supervisors," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, August 17, 2004 (The Employment Law Department)

"Mandatory Arbitration Provisions When Deemed Unconscionable May Invalidate Entire Agreement to Arbitrate," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, August 17, 2004 (The Employment Law Department)

"The U.S. Supreme Court Rules that the Ellerth/Faragher Defense May Be Available to Employers in Constructive Discharge Cases," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, August 17, 2004 (Richard S. Zackin)

"NLRB Overrules Prior Decision and Concludes Non-Unionized Employees Not Entitled to Have Co-worker Present During Investigatory Interview," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, August 17, 2004 (Susan L. Nardone)

"The New Jersey Supreme Court Makes Important Rulings Regarding Discrimination Claims Under the Law Against Discrimination," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, August 17, 2004 (Richard S. Zackin)

"Maw v. Advanced Clinical Communications, Inc. - New Jersey Supreme Court Forecloses Retaliatory Discharge Claims Following Termination for Refusal to Sign Non-Compete," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, May 25, 2004 (The Employment Law Department)

"What You Do At Your Next Job Could Come Back to Haunt You — Post-Termination Misconduct May Bar A Front Pay Award Under Title VII," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, May 25, 2004 (The Employment and Labor Law Department)

"U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California Denies Morgan Lewis' Motion for Summary Judgment on WARN Act Claim," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, May 25, 2004 (The Employment Law Department)

"U.S. Supreme Court Rules that Employer May Lawfully Favor Older Employees Under the ADEA," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, May 25, 2004 (Susan L. Nardone)

"An Employee Request to Work From Home May Be Deemed An Unreasonable Accommodation Request Under The Americans With Disabilities Act," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, May 25, 2004 (The Employment Law Department)

"New Jersey Domestic Partnership Act," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, February 13, 2004 (The Corporate and Finance Department)

"Employer's Liability for the Tax Consequences of a Judgment," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, February 13, 2004 (The Employment Law Department)

"Does Your Settlement Agreement Insure "Peace?"," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, February 13, 2004 (Kelly Ann Bird)

"When May A Plaintiff's Attorney Contact the Employer's Past or Present Employees?," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, February 13, 2004 (The Employment Law Department)

"Termination for Taking Sick Leave Not Basis for Wrongful Discharge Claim in New Jersey," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, January 2, 2004 (The Employment and Labor Law Department)

"Sixth Circuit Finds Employer Committed Unfair Labor Practice by Terminating Non-Union Truck Drivers Who Engaged in Protected Concerted Activity," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, January 2, 2004

"Impact of Facially Neutral "No Rehire" Policy Not Relevant in Claim for Disparate Treatment Under the ADA Based on Recovering Addict Status," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, January 2, 2004 (Susan L. Nardone)

"The Eighth Circuit Holds that Hostile Work Environment Claims are Actionable Under the Americans with Disabilities Act," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, January 2, 2004 (The Employment Law Department)

"Cavin v. Honda of America Manufacturing, Inc. ó Sixth Circuit Invalidates Corporate Personnel Policy that Interferes with FMLA Leave for Unforeseen Medical Conditions," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, November 26, 2003 (The Employment Law Department)

"EEOC Fast Sheet Explains Prospective Employees' Rights Under the ADA," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, November 26, 2003 (Kelly Ann Bird)

"Evaluating a Discrimination Claim Where a Plaintiff Previously Claimed Disability for SSDI Purposes," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, November 26, 2003 (The Employment Law Department)

"The FLA & LAD Require Employers to Provide Employees with an "Equivalent Position" — Nothing More & Nothing Less," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, November 26, 2003 (The Employment and Labor Law Department)

"IRS Proposed Regulations on Incentive Stock Options Can Have an Adverse Impact on Corporate Transactions," Corporate & Finance Alert, October 14, 2003 (Steven H. Sholk)

"Third Circuit Finds Mandatory Arbitration Agreement Unconscionable," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, October 9, 2003

"Supreme Court Clarifies Prima Facie Burden to Whistleblowers," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, October 9, 2003 (Kelly Ann Bird)

"Job Applicants May Be Required Pre-Job Offer to Execute Medical Authorization Permitting Employer to Obtain Medical Information Following an Offer of Employment," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, October 9, 2003 (Susan L. Nardone)

"At-Will Employees have Cause of Action Under 42 U.S.C. Section 1981," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, October 8, 2003 (The Employment Law Department)

"A Summary Plan Description Can Be Much More Than A Summary," The Business Advisor, August 12, 2003 (The Corporate and Finance Department)

"Chrisanthis v. County of Atlantic, 361 N.J. Super. 448 (App. Div. 2003) - The New Jersey Appellate Division Affirms Independent Contractors' Inability to Sue Under the LAD," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, August 12, 2003 (The Employment Law Department)

"FMLA's "Care For" Requirement Does Not Cover Mere Hospital Visit," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, August 12, 2003 (Susan L. Nardone)

"Third Circuit Holds that a Release of Claims is Generally Enforceable Although It Contains an Unenforceable Bar on the Filing of Claims with the EEOC," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, July 9, 2003 (The Employment Law Department)

"Third Circuit Reaffirms that Courts are not to Second Guess Employer's Business Judgment in Discrimination Cases," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, July 9, 2003 (The Employment and Labor Law Department)

"Supreme Court Settles Circuit Schism on the Issue of Shareholders and Directors as "Employees" for the Purpose of Liability Under the Americans with Disabilities Act," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, July 9, 2003

"Supreme Court Holds that Plaintiffs Are Entitled To A "Mixed Motive" Jury Instruction In All Title VII Cases," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, July 9, 2003 (Kelly Ann Bird)

"New Jersey Employees Permitted to Bring Retaliatory Discharge Claims After Termination for Refusal to Sign Non-Competes," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, May 30, 2003 (The Employment Law Department)

"Crying Wolf: Employer May Fire Employees Who Allegedly Fabricated Sexual Harassment Claim," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, May 30, 2003

"Employers May Recover Attorneys Fees for Frivolous Claims," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, May 30, 2003 (Susan L. Nardone)

"Supreme Court Rejects Rule that Treating Physician's Opinion Should Be Given Deference in ERISA Termination of Long-Term Disability Benefit Cases," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, May 30, 2003 (The Employment and Labor Law Department)

"Recent Divisions in the Second Circuit and New Jersey Appellate Division Expand Traditional Notions of Who is a "Supervisor"," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, Special Issue, May 1, 2003 (The Employment Law Department)

"Employers Should Train Their Employees on Workplace Harassment and Discrimination Issues to Successfully Defend Against a Harassment/Discrimination Lawsuit," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, Special Issue, May 1, 2003 (The Employment Law Department)

"Second Circuit Holds Employer Estopped from Asserting Defense Under FMLA," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, Special Issue, May 1, 2003 (The Employment Law Department)

"Employment Practices Training Brochure," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, Special Issue, May 1, 2003 (The Employment Law Department)

"Appellate Division Rules that Unfavorable Unemployment Benefits Adjudication Does Not Bind Employee Alleging Constructive Discharge at Trial," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, March 25, 2003 (The Employment Law Department)

"Employer's Subjective Test of Performance Sustained as Basis for Contract Termination," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, March 25, 2003 (Kelly Ann Bird)

"New Jersey Supreme Court Sets the Record Straight: The Enforceability of Waiver-of-Rights Provisions," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, March 25, 2003 (Susan L. Nardone)

"Third Circuit Joins Other Courts in Limiting the Discretion of ERISA Plan Administrators in Certain Cases," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, March 24, 2003 (The Corporate and Finance Department)

"Per Se Liability for Business Owners Under Fair Housing Act Rejected," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, February 14, 2003 (Kelly Ann Bird)

"Second Circuit Rules that Employer Health Benefit Plain Does Not Discriminate on the Basis of Sex on Issue of Infertility," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, February 14, 2003 (The Employment and Labor Law Department)

"After-Acquired Evidence Doctrine Does Not Limit an Employee's Right to Recover for Non-Economic and Punitive Damages Under the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, February 14, 2003 (The Employment Law Department)

"Plaintiff's Failure to Prove that Applying for a Promotion Would Have Been Futile Entitles Employer to Dismissal of Plaintiff's Race Discrimination Claim," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, February 14, 2003 (The Employment Law Department)

"The Third Circuit Limits the Impact of Federal Damages Caps," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, January 8, 2003 (The Employment Law Department)

"Damages Available Under Law Against Discrimination and Wage and Hour Law for Uncompensated Overtime Required of Handicapped Employee," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, January 8, 2003 (Kelly Ann Bird)

"Are You Ready for HIPAA Privacy? Employer Obligations Under the Newly Enacted Privacy Rule," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, December 9, 2002 (Bruce A. Levy)

"The Appellate Division Distinguishes the Circumstances in Which the Oral Contract Exception to the At-Will Employment Doctrine May Be Enforceable," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, December 9, 2002 (The Employment Law Department)

"Appellate Division Declares Cancer to be a Handicap Under LAD Despite Possible Temporary Aspect," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, December 9, 2002 (The Employment and Labor Law Department)

"The Americans with Disabilities Act Does Not Require Employers to Offer Light Duty Positions Indefinitely to Workers Whose Disabilities Become Permanent," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, November 1, 2002 (The Employment Law Department)

"Fourth Circuit Warns that Employers with Tepid Reactions to Harassment Complaints may be Liable for Failing to Prevent Subsequent Harassment," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, November 1, 2002 (The Employment Law Department)

"Balancing of Value of EEOC Determination Permitted Prior to Evidentiary Use in Subsequent Litigation," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, November 1, 2002 (Kelly Ann Bird)

"The Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals Finds that a Mandatory Arbitration Provision in a Pension Plan that Requires Plan Participants to Share the Cost of Arbitration Violates ERISA," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, (later adopted for publication in Alternatives - CPR Institute for Dispute Resolution, Vol. 21, No. 2), November 1, 2002

"U.S. Supreme Court to Review Ninth Circuit's Broad Application of Continuing Violation Doctrine," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, October 19, 2002 (The Employment and Labor Law Department)

"Seventh Circuit Creates Circuit Split, Holding Suspension of Benefits Can Violate ERISA's Anti-Cutback Rule," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, October 1, 2002 (The Corporate and Finance Department)

"Eighth Circuit Rejects Employees Retaliation Claim for Lack of Pretext," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, October 1, 2002 (The Employment Law Department)

"New Jersey Supreme Court Adopts United States Supreme Court's Framework for Continuing Violation Doctrine," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, September 4, 2002 (Kelly Ann Bird)

"Sixth Circuit Allows Age Claim by Younger Workers for Retiree Benefits Provided Solely to Older Workers ," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, September 4, 2002 (The Employment and Labor Law Department)

"Smith v. Diffee Ford-Lincoln-Mercury, Inc. - Tenth Circuit Clarifies Employers' FMLA and ADA Liability for Terminating Employees On Medical Leave," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, September 4, 2002 (The Employment Law Department)

"In the Absence of an Explanation for the Discrepancy, ADA Claimant Is Judicially Estopped from Taking Inconsistent Positions in Social Security and ADA Claims," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, September 4, 2002 (Susan L. Nardone)

"Second Circuit Rules Summary Judgment Still Available to Defendants After Plaintiff Establishes Prima Facie Case," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, August 19, 2002 (The Employment and Labor Law Department)

"NLRB Returns to Prior Doctrine on Change in Ownership," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, August 5, 2002 (The Employment and Labor Law Department)

"NLRB Issues Guidance to Regions on Procedures and Remedies After Supreme Court Decision in Hoffman," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, August 5, 2002 (Susanne Peticolas)

"Sharply Divided New Jersey Supreme Court Upholds Arbitration Clause in Employment Application," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, August 5, 2002 (The Employment and Labor Law Department)

"New York Federal Court Holds Employee Perceived as Disabled May Be Protected Under the ADA and Entitled to Reasonable Accommodation," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, August 5, 2002 (The Employment and Labor Law Department)

"Is All Fair in Love & Work?," New Jersey Business, July 31, 2002 (Christine A. Amalfe)

"Supreme Court Rules on the Applicability of the Continuing Violation Doctrine in Employment Discrimination Cases Under Title VII," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, June 28, 2002 (The Employment and Labor Law Department)

"Supreme Court: Employers May Refuse to Hire Applicants Whose Disability Would Result in a Direct Threat Where the Decision was Based on Reasonable Medical Judgment and an Individualized Assessment," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, June 28, 2002 (The Employment and Labor Law Department)

"U.S. Supreme Court Holds that NLRB Cannot Award Backpay to Undocumented Aliens as a Remedy for Violations of National Labor Relations Act," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, June 28, 2002 (Susanne Peticolas)

"When an Employee Requests an Accommodation Relating to a Disability or Handicap, the Employer Must Initiate an Interactive Process to Determine Appropriate Reasonable Accommodations ," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, June 28, 2002 (The Employment Law Department)

"The Seventh Circuit Rejects Arbitration Agreement Requiring Employees to Pay Legal Fees in Civil Rights Actions," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, May 31, 2002 (The Employment Law Department)

"New Jersey Appellate Division Refuses to Suppress Confidential Documents Obtained by Former Employee from Employer's Computer System," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, May 31, 2002 (Susan L. Nardone)

"EEOC Updates Rehabilitation Act Regulation: ADA Standards Now Apply to Federal Workforce," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, May 31, 2002 (The Employment and Labor Law Department)

"Fourth Circuit Holds that Employee Requesting Part-TIme Work has No ADA Claim Where Full-Time Work was Essential Function of Position and No Part-Time Positions were Available," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, May 31, 2002 (The Employment Law Department)

"U.S. Supreme Court Lets Stand Second Circuit's Unique Standard for Class Action Certification," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, May 1, 2002 (The Employment and Labor Law Department)

"Supreme Court Strikes DOL Regulations on FMLA Notice Issue," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, May 1, 2002 (The Employment and Labor Law Department)

"ERISA Meets the Computer Age (Finally!)," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, May 1, 2002 (Kelly Ann Bird)

"The ADA Generally Will Not Require Employers to Abandon Seniority Systems in Filling Vacant Positions," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, May 1, 2002 (Richard S. Zackin)

"Arbitration of Employment-Related Issues," April 23, 2002 (Employment and Labor Law Department)

"Recent Court Decisions Reveal An Increasing Need for Employers To Assess Fee-Splitting And Other Provisions In Mandatory Arbitration Agreements On A State-By-State Basis," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, March 31, 2002 (The Employment and Labor Law Department)

"NJ Supreme Court Addresses Obesity as Handicap Under New Jersey Law Against Discrimination For The First Time And Reverses Jury Verdict For Employee," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, March 31, 2002 (The Employment and Labor Law Department)

"Forced Rankings: The Latest Target Of Plaintiff's Employment Lawyers," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, March 31, 2002 (Christine A. Amalfe, Heather Adelman)

"U.S. Supreme Court Upholds EEOC Regulation Permitting Verification of Title VII Charge After Filing Expiration Date," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, March 31, 2002 (The Employment and Labor Law Department)

"N.J. Supreme Court Considers Challenge to Obesity as Handicap Under New Jersey Law Against Discrimination and Role of Reasonable Accommodation In Straight Disparate Treatment Case," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, February 22, 2002 (The Employment and Labor Law Department)

"New Jersey Supreme Court Suggests that Employees' Continuation of Employment May Constitute Sufficient Consideration to Support the Existence of an Implied Employment Contract," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, February 22, 2002 (The Employment and Labor Law Department)

"Recent Decision of New York Court of Appeals Shows Importance of Proper Drafting of Corporate Agreements," Employment & Labor Law Alert, February 22, 2002 (Steven H. Sholk)

"Second Circuit Estops Employer from Asserting Defense under FMLA," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, January 25, 2002 (The Employment Law Department)

"NLRB Finds Restrictions on Screen Saver Messages Discriminatory," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, January 25, 2002 (The Employment and Labor Law Department)

"Supreme Court Sets High Threshold for "Disabililty" Under ADA," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, January 25, 2002 (The Employment and Labor Law Department)

"H-1B Issues to Consider in a Downturn Economy," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, January 25, 2002 (Susanne Peticolas)

"United States Supreme Court Precludes Invocation of ERISA to Obtain Reimbursement of Benefits," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, January 25, 2002 (Kelly Ann Bird)

"Supreme Court Holds EEOC cannot be Compelled to Arbitrate Pursuant to Employee Arbitration Agreement," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, January 25, 2002 (The Employment Law Department)

"Favorable Retirement Plan Changes Enacted in 2001 Tax Legislation," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, December 21, 2001 (Steven H. Sholk)

"Second Circuit Holds That Title VII Plaintiff May Recover Punitive Damages Despite Lack of Compensatory or Nominal Damages," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, December 21, 2001 (The Employment and Labor Law Department)

"Court of Appeals Sustains Employer's Policy Prohibiting Abusive
or Threatening Language in the Workplace
," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, December 21, 2001 (The Employment and Labor Law Department)

"What Employers Need to Know to Establish Evacuation Plans for Employees with Disabilities," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, December 21, 2001 (Kelly Ann Bird)

"Supreme Court To Decide Whether Disparate Impact Claims Are Available Under the Age Discrimination in Employment Act," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, December 21, 2001 (Susan L. Nardone)

"New York Federal Judge Dismisses Reverse Race and Age Discrimination Claims, but Allows Denial of Bonus Pay Claim to Proceed," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, November 28, 2001 (The Employment and Labor Law Department)

"New Federal Regulation Governing Waivers of ADEA Claims Limits Employers' Settlement Options and Requires Careful Attention," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, November 28, 2001 (The Employment Law Department)

"D.C. Circuit Upholds NLRB's Decision to Extend Weingarten Rights to Nonunion Employees, But Holds Rights Only Apply Prospectively," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, November 28, 2001 (The Employment and Labor Law Department)

"NLRB General Counsel Issues Guideline Memorandum Following Levitz," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, November 28, 2001 (The Employment and Labor Law Department)

"Second Circuit Invalidates DOL Regulation that Impermissibly Modifies the FMLA's Minimum Hour Requirement," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, November 28, 2001 (The Employment and Labor Law Department)

"Employee Lie Limits Employer's Liability For Damages Under The New Jersey Law Against Discrimination," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, November 28, 2001 (The Employment Law Department)

"New Jersey Appellate Division Reiterates: Employee's Waiver of Rights to File Claims In A Judicial Forum and Agreement to Arbitrate Must Be Sufficiently Clear and Unambiguous," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, October 19, 2001 (The Employment and Labor Law Department)

"New Jersey Supreme Court Holds that Employees Breach Their Duty of Loyalty by Taking "Affirmative Steps" in Preparing for Their Future Employment with a Direct Competitor," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, October 19, 2001 (The Employment and Labor Law Department)

"Supreme Court Declines to Cap Front Pay Awards under Title VII," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, October 19, 2001 (The Employment and Labor Law Department)

"Second Circuit Rejects Employee's Attempt to Recover for Hostile Work Environment Based on Harassment Suffered by Co-workers," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, October 19, 2001

"NLRB Permits Secondary Boycott of Neutral Employer to Gain Recognition from Primary Employer," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, October 19, 2001 (The Employment and Labor Law Department)

"Third Circuit Embraces Department of Labor Guidelines as Test for Corporate Liability Under the WARN Act," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, September 26, 2001 (Kelly Ann Bird)

"NLRB Sets New Standards for Withdrawal of Recognition and RM Petitions," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, September 26, 2001 (The Employment and Labor Law Department)

"U.S. Supreme Court to Decide Whether EEOC Can Be Compelled to Arbitrate by Virtue of Charging Party's Arbitration Agreement with Employer," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, September 26, 2001 (The Employment and Labor Law Department)

"Supreme Court Agrees to Review Eighth Circuit Decision Striking DOL Regulations on FMLA Notice Issue," The Employment and Labor Law Alert, September 26, 2001 (The Employment and Labor Law Department)

"Supreme Court Rejects "Catalyst Theory" as Basis for Award of Attorneys Fees," July 3, 2001 (The Employment Law Department)

"Supreme Court Requires De Novo Review of Punitive Damages Awards," July 3, 2001 (Susan L. Nardone)

"Supreme Court Rules Disabled Golfer Must Be Accommodated Under the ADA," July 3, 2001 (The Employment Law Department)

"Federal District Court Rules ADA Does Not Require Employer to Allow Employee to Work from Home," July 3, 2001 (The Employment and Labor Law Department)

"NLRB Expands Grip on Private Employers," March 26, 2001 (Christine A. Amalfe, Heather A. Adelman)

"Restrictive Covenants: Protecting Confidential and Proprietary Information," BioPharm, February 1, 2001 (Christine A. Amalfe, Kerrie R. Heslin)

"Road to Self-Discovery Can Lead to Legal Discovery," The National Law Journal, June 26, 2000 (Christine A. Amalfe, Karen O'Keeffe)

"Courts Start to Rule on Online Harassment," The National Law Journal, January 24, 2000 (Christine A. Amalfe, Kerrie R. Heslin)

"Why 'Disparate Impact' Should Not be Available in Age Discrimination Cases," New Jersey Labor and Employment Law Quarterly, November 30, 1999 (Richard S. Zackin)

"Cutting Back Requires Some Crystal Ball Gazing - Meeting The Requirements Of The Workers Readjustment And Notification Act," New Jersey Law Journal (Special Employment Law Supplement), April 15, 1996 (Richard S. Zackin)