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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.
Let’s Go to the Video Tape: NJ Appellate Division Rules Video Dooms Nurse’s Age Discrimination Case
On March 3, 2021, the New Jersey Appellate Division upheld the dismissal of a 49-year old Nurse’s age discrimination case against St. Peter’s University Hospital. The Nurse, who was fired after using force to restrain a hospital patient, claimed the incident with the patient was merely a pretext for age discrimination, even though the surveillance video demonstrated otherwise.
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?"
Dina Mastellone to Moderate New Jersey Women Lawyers Association "Employment Outlook 2021" Webinar
Dina M. Mastellone, Esq., firm Partner and Human Resources Counseling & Compliance Practice Chair, will moderate an upcoming New Jersey Women Lawyers Association webinar entitled "Employment Outlook 2021" on February 1st.
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.
Jennifer Roselle and Daniel Pierre Comment on What Legal Use Cannabis Can Mean for New Jersey Employers in HR Daily Advisor
Firm Cannabis Practice Group members Jennifer Roselle, Esq., Counsel and Daniel Pierre, Esq., Associate, discuss the potential effects that legal recreational use of cannabis can mean for New Jersey employers in a recent HR Daily Advisor article entitled “Employers in More States See Changing Marijuana Laws.”
Dina Mastellone to Present NJSBA Webcast "Current Workplace Investigations Trends 2020 - COVID, Protests, Social Media and More"
Partner Dina M. Mastellone will participate in a webcast for the New Jersey State Bar Association entitled "Current Workplace Investigations Trends 2020 - COVID, Protests, Social Media and More" on September 22nd.
Don’t Fear The Click-Box: NJ Supreme Court Upholds Electronic Employee Arbitration Agreements
On August 18, 2020, in a landmark decision for employers, the New Jersey Supreme Court released its long-awaited opinion in Skuse v. Pfizer (A-86-18) (082509), holding that an employee must arbitrate her employment discrimination claims agreed to in an electronic employee arbitration agreement. The decision reverses the Appellate Division’s January 2019 decision, which had imposed heightened requirements on employers obtaining employees’ assent to arbitration agreements.
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."
Justine Abrams Presented on Webinar Panel “Should I Come Back, Can I Come Back, How Do I Come Back?”
Genova Burns' attorney Justine L. Abrams participated in a recent webinar entitled “Should I Come Back, Can I Come Back, How Do I Come Back?” hosted by Sobel Co. on June 12.
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.
It Takes Two to Tango: Third Circuit Reminds Employees of Their Reciprocal Obligations in the Interactive Process
On March 31, 2020, the Third Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed the District Court’s dismissal of discrimination, retaliation, and wrongful termination claims filed by an ex-accountant of a local board of health.
In the Wake of the COVID-19 Pandemic, New Jersey Expands Employee Leave Entitlements
On March 25, 2020, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy signed S2304, amending the New Jersey Earned Sick Leave Law, the New Jersey Family Leave Act (“FLA”), and the New Jersey Temporary Disability Benefits Law (“TDL”). The amendments expand an employee’s ability to take leave and collect temporary disability benefits during epidemic-related emergencies.
New Jersey Division on Civil Rights (DCR) Releases COVID-19 FAQ's
On March 19, 2020, the New Jersey Division on Civil Rights (DCR) released a Guidance addressing frequently asked questions regarding the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Specifically, the DCR addresses protections and obligations under the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination (NJLAD).
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.
Coronavirus (Covid-19) - Practical and Fast Facts for Employer Planning
As employers work on strategic plans for handling employment-related issues involving Covid-19, such as possible facility closings, tele-commuting, and employee leave/compensations issues, employers should keep in mind these fast facts.
A Measure of Control: Appellate Division Rules “Member-Owned Cooperative” Not Liable for Age Discrimination Claim of One Member’s Employee
A supermarket cooperative is not considered the employer of individuals who work for its member stores and cannot be found liable for the age discrimination claims of an employee of one of its members, the Appellate Division ruled last month in Dorrity v. Wakefern Food Corporation.