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An Employer’s Bill of Rights

According to Liz Ryan, writing at Businessweek.com . "Actual employee rights in the U.S. are fairly limited." She posits that because "it's legal to make hiring and termination decisions for random (nondiscriminatory) reasons" (such as an employee's favorite sports team...

What Does Independence Day Really Mean?

To most of us, the 4 th of July means a day off from work spent with family and friends, perhaps going to a parade, having a barbeque or watching fireworks. But Independence Day signifies so much more. It not only honors the birthday of our country, but the adoption of the Declaration of Independence...

New Jersey Supreme Court Holds That an Employer Can Sue a Disloyal Employee To Clawback Salary Without Showing Economic Loss

by Jonathan Sokolowski In Kaye v. Rosefielde (A-93-13), the New Jersey Supreme Court recently held that an employer need not demonstrate that it suffered an economic loss in order to recoup the salary of a disloyal employee [subscribers can access an enhanced version of this opinion: lexis.com | Lexis...