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October 2011 Archives

New Jersey domestic violence victims use art as therapy

In New Jersey, a new art exhibit is being put on display by women who have been abused by their significant others. With Domestic Violence Awareness Month upon us, the exhibit that will be presented in several libraries throughout the state is aiming to make individuals more conscious of the effects of domestic abuse in

New Jersey woman files pregnancy discrimination suit

A New Jersey woman has filed a suit against Rite Aid for pregnancy discrimination. She alleges that her firing was directly related to her pregnancy, according to the wrongful termination suit. The 26-year-old had been working at one of the company’s stores in Ocean Township, New Jersey, since 2009. She had set her sights on

Resolving a child custody dispute

When a marriage ends in New Jersey, it can become complicated if one of the spouses does not agree with the outcome. Child custody is one place where a divorce can become extremely sensitive. With two parents fighting for their position as custodial parent, custody proceedings can become very complex. But if parents can agree,

Employers have begun discriminating against smokers

In many cases, discrimination in New Jersey is based on age, gender, race, religion and several other criteria, including sexual orientation. Laws in many states have barred these types of workplace discrimination, but a new wave of legislative changes across the nation may be creating a new form of hiring discrimination. Many smokers have been

New Jersey murder may have been spousal abuse

A man from New Jersey has been arrested and charged for the suspected murder of his 32-year-old wife. The woman was reported missing in August, but police have found the remains of a deceased individual in the basement of the couple’s former residence. Authorities believe that the man may have strangled his wife during a

Retirement fund suspends board member over alleged sexual harassment

Many New Jersey businesspeople serve on boards and committees. Such activities help professionals network, identify new business opportunities and give back to causes they support. People who serve on boards and committees should remember, though, that they are legally required to adhere to certain minimum standards of conduct. If allegations against him are true, that

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