Monthly Archives: July 2014

Managing Partner David Zatuchni discusses wage and hour litigation in the New Jersey Law Journal

A recent article in the New Jersey Law Journal addressed the rising number of wage and hour lawsuits in New Jersey and across the country. Employees are increasingly aware of their rights, thanks in part to the large amount of information on the subject available online. After the 2008 crisis, employers started to aggressively cut… Read more »

Can A NJ Plaintiff Legally Remove Documents From Her Workplace to Support Her Employment Lawsuit?

A successful employment claim, obviously, requires proof that discrimination or retaliation actually occurred. For that reason, many workers who file employment claims against their current or former employers are tempted to print out, copy, or otherwise take records that support their allegations and turn them over to their attorneys. A salesperson alleging age discrimination, for… Read more »

When Does Harassment Based on Sexual Orientation Become Actionable Under New Jersey Law?

NJ Law prohibits hostile work environment discrimination Among other forms of employment discrimination, the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination (“NJLAD”) prohibits hostile work environment discrimination. Generally speaking, this means that the NJLAD prohibits employers from harassing employees on the basis of certain protected categories (like race or gender), to the point that the workplace becomes… Read more »