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New Jersey Employment Law July 1, 2010
After working for the college for 26 years, and under a number of consecutive contracts, the plaintiff was advised that her contract of employment would not be renewed. The plaintiff filed a lawsuit under the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination..., Case Law Alert - 3rd Qtr 2010
Florida Architectural, Engineering and Construction Defect Litigation July 1, 2010
The Supreme Court of Florida found that the economic loss rule does not preclude an action by fishermen against polluters who damaged the fishing industry in Tampa Bay. Further, the Court found that the polluters owed a special duty of care to the..., Case Law Alert - 3rd Qtr 2010
New Jersey Employment Law July 1, 2010
The plaintiff had a history of depression and was taking medicine which made her fall into a deep sleep and from which she had difficulty awakening in the morning. The plaintiff sought permission to report to work 15-30 minutes late and to be..., Case Law Alert - 3rd Qtr 2010
Federal Employment Law July 1, 2010
In New Process Steel, the Supreme Court determined that the National Labor Relations Board ("NLRB") did not have the authority to issue orders when the Board was comprised of only two members between January 2, 2008, through March 27, 2010..., Case Law Alert - 3rd Qtr 2010
Delaware Workers' Compensation July 1, 2010
The claimant sustained a low back injury on May 21, 2008, which was accepted as compensable by the employer. The claimant was paid compensation for total disability and certain medical expenses. Eventually, after failing conservative care, the...
New Jersey Employment Law July 1, 2010
The plaintiff alleged sex and sexual orientation discrimination and retaliation stemming from her employment with New Jersey Transit. In discovery the plaintiff sought various reports prepared by New Jersey Transit concerning the analysis of..., Case Law Alert - 3rd Qtr 2010
Federal Employment Law July 1, 2010
The Supreme Court was tasked with determining whether a government employer's search of an employee's text messages was reasonable or in violation of the Fourth Amendment. There, the police department issued pagers to members of the department's..., Case Law Alert - 3rd Qtr 2010
Federal Employment Law July 1, 2010
In Colwell, the plaintiff brought suit against her former employer, alleging that she was constructively discharged in violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act ("ADA") after her store manager failed to allow her to work exclusively during..., Case Law Alert - 3rd Qtr 2010
Pennsylvania Architectural, Engineering and Construction Defect Litigation July 1, 2010
The architect/defendant designed a parking garage. A collapse occurred during construction, resulting in death and injury. The architect's professional liability insurance applied and was exhausted. It then sought coverage from its general liability..., Case Law Alert - 3rd Qtr 2010
Pennsylvania Health Care Liability July 1, 2010
This case involved the interpretation of Sections 512(c) and (e) of the MCARE Act regarding standard of care testimony in a medical malpractice matter. Relying on dicta in Gbur v. Golio, 963 A.2d 443, 452 (Pa. 2009), the Pennsylvania Supreme Court..., Case Law Alert - 3rd Qtr 2010

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