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March 2014 Archives

New Jersey lawmakers work to expand workers’ rights

Those who are unemployed for long periods of time in New Jersey are at an obvious disadvantage in the job market. Many employers discriminate against the unemployed, making it very difficult for the jobless to get back into the workforce. Last week, a New Jersey Senate committee advanced several pieces of legislation that could improve

New Jersey father is ordered to pay daughter’s law school tuition

Under New Jersey law, parents are required to support their children until they are emancipated. Parents may assume this means they must support their children until they are 18, but there actually is no specific age that triggers emancipation–a child becoming legally independent of his or her parents–in New Jersey. In many cases, children over

Do you have the right to practice your religion in the workplace?

Employee complaints of religious discrimination in the workplace have been on the rise. Last year, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission fielded more than twice the number of religious discrimination complaints than it did in 1997. In light of this unsettling trend, the EEOC has released two publications to explain workplace rights and responsibilities for religious

Fathers’ rights groups push for shared child custody laws

New Jersey Family Court judges use statutory factors to determine what type of custody arrangements will be in the best interests of the child(ren). In general, both parents are encouraged to maintain an active custodial role. This frequently results in shared custody, but shared custody does not always mean a 50/50 split of parenting time. Fathers’ rights groups

Untangling marital debt during divorce

New Jersey couples who divorce are tasked not only with dividing their marital property and assets, but also with untangling their shared debts. Married couples often have a complex web of intertwined debts, and it can be difficult to ensure that debt division is handled fairly and appropriately during the divorce process. For example, is

New Jersey law addresses pregnancy discrimination

Early in 2014, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie signed a bill into law to ban pregnancy discrimination in the workplace. The law requires employers in the state to provide their pregnant employees with accommodations upon request, as long as the accommodations do not impose undue hardships on business operations. It might seem commonsensical that a

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