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Blog Archive by Month: October 2017

Volunteer Firemen May Not Pursue a Whistleblower Claim Under the Conscientious Employee Protection Act

Oct 26, 2017 | Written by: Richard P. Cushing, Esq. |

Judge Accurso of the Appellate Division recently ruled in the case of Jeffrey Sauter v. Colts Neck Volunteer Fire Company No. 2 that volunteer firemen are not entitled to the protection of the...

Employers: Avoid Comments About Employees’ Religions or Religious Practices

Oct 23, 2017 | Written by: Leslie A. Parikh, Esq. |

To steer clear of potential issues, employers should follow this plain and simple rule: don’t permit comments about employees’ religions or religious practices in the workplace.

How Childhood Lessons Are Relevant in a Divorce Case

Oct 11, 2017 | Written by: William J. Rudnik, Esq. |

Anyone who has a child (or once was a child) knows the values and virtues that parents try to instill in their children.  These common values and virtues are typically reinforced by schools,...