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Federal Government and the Garden State – The Most Recent Players in the Employment Law Arena

October 18, 2022
It’s not that often that we get a week when both the Federal Government AND New Jersey throw down the hammer and unleash some new employment law developments, so bear with us while we nerd out on this one . . . We’re talking employee/contractor classification, the (potential) end of...

California Love

October 7, 2022
While this week may have started with a washout, the past few days definitely had us yearning for fairer weather, and, of course, California came to mind (oh yea, there were also some totally gnarly legal developments that came out of Cali too). So, like, this edition will totally center on some...

We Hope You’re Sitting Down For This One . . .

September 27, 2022
You know what – standing is tiring and standing desks are overrated. ...
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Sugar, (Pumpkin) Spice, and the “New” New Normal

September 16, 2022
From the makers of the “Sunday of Summer,” we bring you . . . “Pre-Fall”! Yes, Labor Day came and went, PSLs are back, football season is upon us, and there’s a little bit more of a nip in the air each morning. Fall is all about transition, so in this edition we’re discussing the...

Your Employment and Severance Agreements May Need Serious Makeovers, Plus . . . What NOT to Do During an Interview

July 26, 2022
A wise person once said: everything that’s done eventually becomes undone.We don’t know who said it, but we’re going with it – especially for this update.Restrictive covenants (non-competes, non-solicits, non-disclosures, etc.) are commonplace in employment agreements, severance...
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