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Brigette Eagan To Present On The "Expanded Warn Act: What You Need to Know" Panel At NJSBA's Spring Conference Webcast
Firm Partner and Employment Law & Litigation specialist Brigette N. Eagan, Esq. will present on the "Expanded Warn Act: What You Need to Know" panel for the "Labor & Employment Law: Strategies for Changing Times" webcast section at New Jersey State Bar Association's Spring Conference on March 27th.
Federal Trade Commission Proposes Banning Noncompete Clauses
On January 5, 2023, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) proposed a radical and unprecedented rule that would prohibit employers from entering noncompete clauses with their workers. This follows the initiation of a landmark FTC enforcement action aimed at noncompete clauses and a larger crackdown on what the FTC perceives as unfair restrictions on competition.
Joe Hannon To Present Sick & Vacation Leave and Interest Arbitration & Negotiations Workshops At The New Jersey State League of Municipalities' 2022 Annual Conference
Firm Counsel and Labor Law specialist Joseph M. Hannon, Esq. to present two workshops this year at the New Jersey State League of Municipalities Annual Conference in Atlantic City.
New York City Salary Transparency Law Effective November 1, 2022
As of November 1, 2022, employers advertising a “job, promotion or transfer opportunity” in the 5 Boroughs of New York City must state the minimum and maximum salary for the position contained in the job posting or advertisement. This law applies to all jobs that will be or can be performed, at least in part, in New York City.
Is Age Just A Number?
On August 15, 2022, in Cronin v. Booz Allen Hamilton Inc., et al., the Third Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the District of New Jersey’s grant of summary judgement to Booz Allen on Cronin’s age discrimination claims, finding that Cronin was unable to show that Booz Allen’s non-discriminatory reasons for not hiring her were “so plainly wrong that it cannot have been [Booz Allen]’s real reason.” Absent such a showing, the Third Circuit would not overturn the decision of the District Court.
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.
Jennifer Roselle to Present "Diversity in the Workplace" Seminar for NJSLOM 2022 Mini Conference
Firm Partner Jennifer Roselle, Esq. will present a program entitled, "Diversity in the Workplace" at this year's New Jersey State League of Municipalities Mini Conference on Wednesday, June 15th.
Jennifer Roselle to Present Human Resources Legal Update Virtual Event for the Commerce and Industry Association of New Jersey
Partner Jennifer Roselle, Esq. will present a "Human Resources Legal Update" virtual event for the Commerce and Industry Association of New Jersey on May 4th.
Jennifer Roselle to Present on Labor Relations for the New Jersey State League of Municipalities
Firm Partner Jennifer Roselle, Esq. will present on labor relations at the orientation for newly elected, re-elected and experienced municipal officials at the New Jersey State League of Municipalities Conference on Saturday, February 5th
New York City Passes Law Requiring Salary Ranges in Job Postings
A makeover is on the horizon for job postings in New York City. On December 15, 2021, the New York City Council passed new legislation relating to wage transparency on job postings. On January 15, 2022, New York City Mayor Eric Adams returned this bill without a veto, effectively passing it into law. The goal of the legislation was to reduce pay disparities affecting historically disadvantaged applicants, which follows a national trend.
Jennifer Roselle to Present "Personnel Policies – Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Policy" at the New Jersey State League of Municipalities Annual Conference
Firm Partner Jennifer Roselle, Esq. will present a program entitled, "Personnel Policies – Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Policy" at this year's New Jersey State League of Municipalities Annual Conference on Thursday, November 18th.
Joseph Hannon to Present "Interest Arbitration & Negotiation Update 2021" at the New Jersey State League of Municipalities Annual Conference
Counsel Joseph M. Hannon, Esq. will co-present an "Interest Arbitration & Negotiation Update" program at this year's New Jersey State League of Municipalities Annual Conference on Thursday, November 18th.
Federal Government Issues Regulations Regarding Vaccine Mandates for Private Employers
Recently, we published a blog post describing the numerous state and federal vaccine mandates that have been announced. We noted that we were awaiting Emergency Temporary Standards from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (“OSHA”) and revised regulations from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (“CMS”) regarding further vaccine mandates. OSHA and CMS released these regulations on November 4, 2021. Given the broad reach of these new requirements, employers must quickly assess the impact of the requirements on their workforces and, if necessary, implement policy changes.
Employers Beware: New York State Expands Whistleblower Protections Increasing Employer Liability
On October 28, 2021, New York Governor Kathy Hochul signed legislation amending the New York Labor Law (“Labor Law”) to substantially enhance the whistleblower protections afforded to private-sector workers who report alleged wrongdoing by their employers significantly increasing potential liability for New York employers. The legislation becomes effective 90 days after its signing, was amended to include a two-year statute of limitations, and significantly broadens the scope of covered individuals and protected activities.
Governor Murphy Requires Vaccination or Testing for All State Contractors
On October 20, 2021, Governor Murphy signed Executive Order 271, which requires that New Jersey state contractors mandate vaccination or weekly COVID-19 testing for all their employees. This follows several other vaccine mandates that have been imposed by the State of New Jersey and the federal government. As these mandates go into effect, public and private employers need to be aware of their obligations under state and federal law to vaccinate and/or test their employees for COVID-19.
Joseph Hannon to Present "The Future of Working Remotely" at the Government Finance Officers Association of New Jersey's 2021 Fall Conference
Third Circuit Upholds Arbitrator’s Imposition of Parent Company Liability for Pension Withdrawal Liability
On August 26, 2021, the Third Circuit confirmed that a corporation remained on the hook for the pension withdrawal liability of its bankrupt subsidiary despite diluting its ownership interest in the subsidiary below 80%, to avoid controlled group liability. The decision is an example of a court’s power under ERISA Section 4212(c) to disregard a transaction when it finds that the transaction’s principal purpose is avoiding pension withdrawal liability.
Trenton Okays State And Local Government Use Of Project Labor Agreements On Public Works Projects
For many years construction contractors that bid on public works projects have had to contend with complying with prevailing wage and benefit, apprenticeship program, certified payroll, and Labor Commissioner registration requirements. Now add to these requirements the risk that a bidding contractor must sign onto a project labor agreement as a condition to performing on a medium or large sized public works project. On April 30, 2021, Governor Murphy signed Bill S.3414/A.5378 into law, which took effect immediately and allows state, county and municipal governments and agencies, including school districts, to require public works projects they fund to be subject to a project labor agreement (“PLA Law”).
Jennifer Roselle Named to Essex Top Lawyers 2021 Listing by Morris Essex Health & Life Magazine
Genova Burns is pleased to announce that Jennifer Roselle, Esq., recently elevated to Partner at the firm, has been named an Essex Top Lawyer by Morris Essex Health & Life Magazine for 2021 in the area of labor and employment law.
Jennifer Roselle to Present on Equal Pay and Joseph Hanon and Rebecca Moll Freed to Present on Municipal Insurance Brokerage & Procurement at NJLM Mini-Conference
Genova Burns attorneys Jennifer Roselle, Rebecca Moll Freed and Joseph M. Hannon will speak at the New Jersey State League of Municipalities Online Mini-Conference, which takes place June 15 - 17.