Monthly Archives: April 2019

Interpreting New Jersey S121: Impacts on Arbitration Agreements & Non-Disclosure Agreements

In March of 2019, Governor Phil Murphy signed into law S121, an act that aims to protect workers by (1) seemingly invalidating any provision of an employment contract that mandates arbitration of claims of discrimination, retaliation or harassment; and (2) gutting the effectiveness of non-disclosure agreements in settlement agreements arising from such claims by making… Read more »

New Jersey Prevailing Wage Claims

If you’re an hourly worker in New Jersey, you’re no doubt already aware that the New Jersey Wage and Hour Law requires your employer to pay you the legal minimum wage and overtime rates of pay.  However, there’s another state law that provides additional wage and hour protections for hourly workers employed on public work… Read more »