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Brigette Eagan and Christopher Manley to Present Webinar for Rutgers's Entrepreneurship Pioneers Initative
Genova Burns' Counsel Brigette N. Eagan and Associate Christopher L. Manley will present a workshop for Rutgers Business School's Entrepreneurship Pioneers Initiative (EPI) program for new entrepreneurs/start-ups on November 4th.
High Maintenance: The NJ Cannabis Regulatory Commission Rolls Out Long-Awaited Guidance On Drug Testing, Discipline, & Cannabis In The Workplace
Employers, note that the Guidance from the New Jersey Cannabis Regulatory Commission (the Commission) is only a temporary gap-fill. The Commission has yet to issue standards on the required certification process for those workplace experts who will be designated to detect an employee’s on-the-job impairment from cannabis (among other substances). Here’s what New Jersey employers need to know now.
You Snooze You Lose: NJ Appellate Division Affirms Dismissal of Sleep Apnea Disability Bias Class Action
On August 15, 2022, the New Jersey Appellate Division declined to reinstate a disability bias class action brought by a New Jersey Transit train operator who was required undergo a sleep apnea screening due to the results of his physical examination as required by NJ Transit’s policy stemming from safety concerns as a result of a 2016 train accident.
Genova Burns Sees Six Attorneys Named To "Essex County's Top Lawyers" 2022 Listing By Morris | Essex Health & Life Magazine
Genova Burns is pleased to announce that six of some of the firm's best and brightest have been named to the "Essex County's Top Lawyers" listing for 2022 by Morris | Essex Health & Life Magazine.
New York’s New Electronic Monitoring Law Effective May 7, 2022
As we previously notified our readers, it’s a new dawn of electronic monitoring in New York. Effective May 7, 2022, employers engaging in electronic monitoring must provide detailed notice to their employees. Notice will be required if the employer wishes to digitally monitor or otherwise intercept phone conversations, text messages, e-mails and internet usage of employees.
New York’s New Electronic Monitoring Law Mandates New Disclosure Requirements for Employers
It’s a new dawn of electronic monitoring in New York, as employers will soon be required to disclose the extent of their electronic monitoring of employees in the workplace. On November 8, 2021, New York Governor Kathy Hochul signed a new law amending New York State’s Civil Rights Law requiring all private employers that conduct business in the State of New York, regardless of size, to provide notice to employees of electronic monitoring of telephone, email, and internet access and usage.
Governor Hochul Expands The New York Paid Family Leave Act To Cover Siblings With A Serious Health Condition
This is the first blog in a series covering New York’s Recent Expansions Of Its Employment Laws. Governor Hochul recently expanded New York’s Paid Family Leave Act by amending the definition of family to include siblings. Siblings under the amendment covers both biological and adopted siblings, half siblings, and step-siblings. This amendment will allow employees time off to care for siblings with a serious health condition. Employers have time to comply, as this amendment does not become effective until January 1, 2023.
Employees 70 & Older Gain New Life With Expanded Protections Against Age Discrimination in the Workplace
On October 5, 2021, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy signed legislation expanding the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination (NJLAD) providing increased protections against age discrimination for workers 70 years of age and older. The new legislation closes loopholes by repealing provisions permitting age discrimination in hiring, promoting, and retirement practices, while increasing available remedies to those facing age discrimination in employment.
Everyone’s Out of Bounds! NJ District Court Finds Employer’s Discretion in Managing Suspected FMLA Abuse is Limited by the Employer’s Lack of Proper Documentation
On August 6, 2021, the New Jersey District Court in Calio v. Camden County Board of Chosen Freeholders, denied motions by both an employer and an employee to resolve a dispute over abuse of leave under the Federal Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and New Jersey Family Leave Act (NJFLA) rights. The District Court ruled that it could not dispose of the case in its early stages and could not find that the employer properly disciplined the employee for excessive absences, due in part, to the employer’s lack of proper documentation.
Brigette Eagan Discusses Bill That Would Broaden NJ's Prohibition Against Age Discrimination in NJBIZ
Genova Burns Counsel Brigette N. Eagan, Esq. discusses "Extended protection" A bill unanimously approved by both houses of the Legislature that would broaden the state’s prohibition against age discrimination in a recent NJBIZ article.
Genova Burns Now Offers On-Line & On-Demand Discrimination and Harassment Training
Genova Burns has developed its online sexual harassment/#MeToo, discrimination and harassment prevention training based on its years of live training experiences and day-to-day counseling employers on these issues.
New Jersey Supreme Court Provides Guidance On The Expansive Scope Of The Pregnant Workers Fairness Act
On March 9, 2021, the New Jersey Supreme Court issued its first published decision addressing the New Jersey Pregnant Workers Fairness Act (PWFA), the amendment to the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination that protects pregnant and breastfeeding employees from workplace discrimination.
Dina Mastellone, Jennifer Roselle, Brigette Eagan and Daniel Pierre Present Part II of an Employment Update 2021 Seminar for the New Jersey Coalition of Automotive Retailers
Firm Partner Dina M. Mastellone, Esq., Counsel Jennifer Roselle, Esq. and Brigette N. Eagan, Esq., and Associate Daniel Pierre, Esq. will present Part II of an Employment Update 2021 seminar for the New Jersey Coalition of Automotive Retailers on March 2nd.
Dina Mastellone, Douglas Solomon and Brigette Eagan Present Part I of an Employment Update 2021 Seminar for the New Jersey Coalition of Automotive Retailers
Firm Partners Dina M. Mastellone, Esq., Douglas E. Solomon, Esq. and Counsel Brigette N. Eagan, Esq. will present Part I of an Employment Update 2021 seminar for the New Jersey Coalition of Automotive Retailers on February 8th.
Brigette Eagan Offers Legal Insight for ROI-NJ Article "Shot in the Dark: Can Employers Mandate COVID Vaccines? And Should They?"
Brigette N. Eagan, Esq., Counsel in the firm's Employment Law & Litigation Practice, was recently interviewed by ROI-NJ for their article entitled, "Shot in the Dark: Can Employers Mandate COVID Vaccines? And Should They?"
Brigette Eagan and John Vreeland Offer Insight for Employers in HR Daily Advisor Article "Continuing Pandemic Blurring the Line Between Furloughs and Layoffs"
Partner John R. Vreeland and Counsel Brigette N. Eagan discuss legal obligations facing employers as they relate to temporary furloughs and permanent layoffs in recent HR Daily Advisor article entitled, "Continuing Pandemic Blurring the Line Between Furloughs, Layoffs."
Requiring the COVID-19 Vaccination at Work: Issues for NJ Employers to Consider When Developing a COVID-19 Vaccination Program
We have seen recent articles speculating on whether employers can require their employees to take an FDA-approved COVID-19 vaccination as a condition of employment or continued employment. Here, without giving any legal advice, for private (non-governmental) New Jersey employers, odds are that this type of employment rule will be permissible, with certain limitations, discussed herein.
Six Genova Burns Attorneys to Present "Managing Workplace Risk Post-COVID" Seminar for NJCAR
Genova Burns' attorneys Dina M. Mastellone, Douglas E. Solomon, John R. Vreeland, Brigette N. Eagan, Keith A. Krauss, and Young-Ji will present a webinar on June 17 for NJCAR entitled, "Managing Workplace Risk Post-COVID."
Back to Business New Jersey: Essential FAQs for Return-to-Work Planning
Now is the time for employers to formulate action plans for returning employees to the workplace. We have developed the following FAQ’s to guide the development of your return to work plan.
Key Employer Take-Aways from Long-Awaited Guidance on New Jersey's Equal Pay Act
On March 2, 2020, the New Jersey Division on Civil Rights (DCR) issued Guidance on the Diane B. Allen Equal Pay Act (Equal Pay Act) – the New Jersey law requiring employers to offer equal pay to employees performing substantially similar work.