Tag: #EmploymentLaw

Ripp v. Hudson Cty.

The New Jersey Appellate Division ruled that the judge of workers’ compensation (JWC) erred “in her expansive application of N.J.S.A. 34:15-28.2,” and, additionally, she abused her discretion in “imposing a

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Boley v. Universal Health Svs.

In this interlocutory appeal, fiduciaries of a retirement plan appealed the District Court’s certification of a class of participants who alleged the fiduciaries breached their duty under the Employee Retirement

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Dobransky v. EQT

An en banc panel of the Pennsylvania Superior Court determined that Appellees were not immune from liability because they did not qualify as statutory employers under the Workers’ Compensation Act

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Bark v. Sooner Steel, LLC

The Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court reversed the Workers’ Compensation Judge’s ruling that Claimant’s injuries were not compensable. Claimant filed a petition seeking total disability benefits under the Workers’ Compensation Act for injuries

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Medina v. Harrisburg Sch. Dist.

The Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court affirmed the Harrisburg School District’s decision to reassign Medina, a school district employee. The District sent Medina a letter, captioned as a notice of discipline, informing

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In re Young

The New Jersey Appellate Division affirmed the Civil Service Commission’s decision, which dismissed Young’s administrative appeal. Young works as a painter at the Woodbine Developmental Center. He received a Preliminary

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Sullivan* v. Bd of Rev.

The New Jersey Appellate Division ruled that the petitioner must return more than $5,000 because he was not eligible for the New Jersey unemployment benefits he received through the CARES

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Antonucci v. Curvature Newco, Inc.

In an issue of first impression, the New Jersey Appellate Division held that New Jersey’s Law Against Discrimination’s (LAD) procedural prohibition, which precluded arbitration in the plaintiff’s case, is preempted

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Meade v. Twp. of Livingston

The New Jersey Supreme Court considered whether an employee’s claim that her subordinate’s gender bias influenced her employer’s decision to terminate her, in violation of the Law Against Discrimination (LAD),

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