Monthly Archives: December 2022
New Jersey Federal Contractor Will Pay $625,000 To Resolve Discrimination Case
On November 21st, 2022, the United States Department of Labor (DOL) announced that Cooper Health System—a hospital and medical research center based in Camden, New Jersey—will pay $625,000 to resolve a case centering around allegations of gender discrimination and racial discrimination. The DOL reports that both job applicants and employees were affected by the… Read More »
Will My Personal Injury Claim Go To Trial?
Were you or a loved one seriously injured in an accident? You have a right to file a personal injury claim against the at-fault party. For example, a slip and fall accident that happened because of the negligence of a property owner could be grounds for a personal injury lawsuit. You may be wondering:… Read More »
Are Non-Compete Agreements Allowed In New Jersey?
As an employee in New Jersey, an employer may ask you to sign a non-compete agreement or a contract with a non-compete provision. This raises an important question: Are non-competes allowed in New Jersey? The answer is “yes”—but they must meet certain standards. Here, our New Jersey non-compete agreement lawyers explain the most important… Read More »
Is Instagram Bad For The Mental Health Of Teenagers? Studies Say “Yes”
Instagram is one of the most popular social media networks. Indeed, there are nearly 160 million Instagram users in the United States. Young people are among the heaviest users. Unfortunately, they are also the most at risk from suffering addiction and mental health problems. Studies have linked Instagram to serious mental health problems. Here,… Read More »