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September 16, 2019Trending Law Blog: The Ninth Circuit Takes On Web Scraping
In a recent post by trending law blog, Rob Nussbaum discusses the Ninth Circuit's decision to allow data collection companies to "scrape" public information off of social media sites.
September 12, 2019New Jersey’s Wage Theft Act Dramatically Increases Potential Penalties for Employers Over Wage and Hour Violations
The Wage Theft Act in New Jersey creates new dangers for employers in the wage and hour landscape and will likely lead to a significant increase in litigation.
August 26, 2019New Jersey Updates the Site Remediation Reform Act
On August 23, 2019, Governor Murphy signed legislation that amends the revolutionary Site Remediation Reform Act (“SRRA”).
August 12, 2019New Jersey Employment Law Update: Is Your Employee Handbook Up to Date?
As summer draws to an end, take some time to update your Employee Handbooks to ensure compliance with New Jersey’s ever-changing employment law landscape.
August 7, 2019Political Speech in the Workplace: A Private Employer’s Guide
As our nation gears up for the 2020 presidential elections in a climate that seems more politically charged than ever, talk of politics will inevitably reach the watercooler at work.
August 7, 2019Gov. Murphy Signs the Medical Aid in Dying for the Terminally Ill Act
On August 1, 2019, New Jersey became the eighth jurisdiction (seven states and the District of Columbia) to provide a means for terminally ill, capable adults to end their lives at a time of their choosing.
July 22, 2019Trending Law Blog: Social Media Platforms Under Attack in the Senate
In the latest post by Trending Law Blog, Rob Nussbaum discusses new legislation which, if enacted, would remove immunity provided to certain digital companies when they are sued for re-publishing content on their websites that is provided by a third-party.
July 11, 2019Trending Law Blog: AFFIRMED: President Trump Cannot Block Critics on Twitter
In the latest post by Trending Law Blog, Rob Nussbaum discusses the decision issued by the Second Circuit to affirm the SDNY's decision to bar the President from blocking Twitter users who disagree with him politically.
July 9, 2019What New York’s Anti-Sexual Harassment Legislation Means for New Jersey Employers
Gov. Cuomo is expected to sign legislation that would make it easier for plaintiffs to prevail in litigation involving issues of sexual harassment and other forms of discrimination.
June 26, 2019New Jersey Becomes the Latest State to Propose a Ban on Discrimination Based on Hair and Hairstyle
The State of New Jersey is the latest to propose a ban on discrimination based on hair or hairstyle.