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May 2015 Archives

“What’s Age Got to Do With It?” When business succession planning turns into age discrimination.

Despite federal and state laws prohibiting age discrimination in employment, older workers regularly have difficulty staying in their careers, let alone advancing. Employers discriminate against older workers whom they perceive to be: •· More expensive •· Less productive •· Out of touch with trends and technology Discrimination against workers is against the law. Yet, in

“When it comes to NJ non-competes, what do I need to know?”

Non-Compete Clause You’ve been offered a new job, and your prospective employer wants you to sign a non-compete/non-solicitation agreement — set forth in an Offer Letter and/or a separate Contract. Should you sign the documents? Should you take the job? How a prospective employer presents these contracts or restrictions to you may be an indication

Restrictive covenants, covenants not to compete, anti-competition clauses Archives

Non-Compete Clause You’ve been offered a new job, and your prospective employer wants you to sign a non-compete/non-solicitation agreement — set forth in an Offer Letter and/or a separate Contract. Should you sign the documents? Should you take the job? Continue reading “When it comes to NJ non-competes, what do I need to know?”…

Happy Father’s Day? Following birth of twins, man found to be the father of only one.

Introduction If a New Jersey woman is unmarried at the time she gives birth, there is no presumption as to who the father is. Instead, to legally determine fatherhood, she must establish a man’s paternity in a legal proceeding. For fathers who want to be a part of their children’s lives, paternity needs to be

Facing workplace discrimination or retaliation? Prompt reporting is key.

For some, the idea of discrimination at work may seem ridiculous. Sadly, as socially conscious as many people are, workers face continuing discrimination or retaliation based on things that all of us should be protected from. Workers who are victims of workplace discrimination or retaliation will benefit from knowing their rights. We discuss workers’ rights

A Divorce Mediator’s Perspective: “I Was Just Served with Divorce Papers. What Do I Do?”

[Attorney Misty Velasques at Hanan M. Isaacs, P.C., recently published a blog post titled “My Spouse Just had me Served with a Divorce Complaint: Now What??” http://hananisaacs.com/blog/divorce/#sthash.HH2j7W7M.dpuf  In this post, Guest Blogger Rachel Alexander, a New Jersey mediator and attorney, gives a mediator’s perspective on the same topic. What differences do you see in the two

Know and Protect Your Rights: Work leave under federal and state laws can be tricky to navigate!!

Did you know that federal law provides qualified workers in the state of New Jersey with up to 12 weeks of unpaid leave per year to address serious health conditions? Under the Family Medical Leave Act (“FMLA”), employers are required to protect employees’ jobs while out on leave. While these legal rights exist, employees are

Worker Classification Policy in New Jersey: As easy as “ABC”.

In Hargrove v. Sleepy’s, a recent case unanimously decided by the New Jersey Supreme Court, the Court intended to resolve longstanding wage‐and‐hour public policy disputes. In New Jersey, some employers historically and too often used improper determinations when classifying workers as “independent contractors” rather than as “employees”. That approach cut down on the employer’s taxes

ABCs of Child Support for New Jersey High Wage Earners

When it comes to marital dissolution, not all divorces are created equal. Indeed, the net worth and income of divorcing spouses play a major role in determining child support in the state of New Jersey. Under the laws of this state, courts apply a set of Guidelines to establish or modify child support payments, which

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