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By Susan S. Hodges on March 10, 2020
New Jersey Supreme Court Rules on Medical Marijuana and Workplace Drug Tests

The New Jersey Compassionate Use Medical Marijuana Act (the "Compassionate Use Act") protects medicinal cannabis users with regard to the terms and conditions of employment. The Compassionate Use Act expressly prohibits an employer from taking any adverse employment action against a medical cannabis user if that adverse employment action is based "solely on the employee's status" as a medical cannabis patient.  

By George M. Morris on August 15, 2018
NJ Supreme Court Gives Teeth to the Criminal Investigatory Record Exception under the Open Public Records Act

George Morris and Daniel Davidow discuss another recent ruling by the NJ Supreme Court on OPRA, this time regarding police department documents. 

By Frank P. Cavallo, Jr. on June 27, 2018
The United States Supreme Court Deals Potential Devastating Blow to the NJEA and Other Public Sector Unions

The United States Supreme Court overturns a 40 year precedent for the NJEA and other public sector unions. 

By Mariel J. Giletto on June 25, 2018
Supreme Court Rules States Can Collect Sales Taxes from Online Retailers

Our corporate attorneys, Adam Chelminiak and Mariel Giletto discuss the recent online sales tax ruling and how it can affect businesses. 

By Andrew W. Li on June 22, 2018
"K" is for "Kean Federation"

In this latest entry to the Public Schools and Education Blog,  attorney Andrew W. Li discusses how the New Jersey Supreme Court found that -- for public employers – sometimes there can be too much Rice.

By Michael J. Coskey on May 24, 2018
OPRA’s Privacy Clause: A Citizen’s Reasonable Expectation of Privacy Viewed Objectively by a Records Custodian

Municipal and Government attorney Michael J. Coskey explains the recent NJ Supreme Court ruling on OPRA's privacy clause. 

By Andrew W. Li on May 9, 2018
New Paid Sick Leave Act a Potential Headache for School Districts?

Public Schools and Education attorney Andrew Li talks about the new Paid Sick Leave Act and how it could affect school districts and some of their employees. 

April 18, 2018
New Jersey Employees Gain Right to Own Inventions Despite Agreements with Employers Stating Otherwise

Shareholder and Chair of the Employment and Labor Department, Elizabeth M. Garcia discusses the new law regarding employee innovators and inventors that took effect this month. 

April 3, 2018
Recent Decision: Handbook Disclaimers

Shareholder Elizabeth Garcia and Associate Sarah Tornetta discuss a case update regarding the importance of language in employee manuals. 

Judge Jacobson's Fair Share Ruling

Parker McCay's Municipal and Government Department explain Judge Jacobson's recent decision regarding the fair share methodology. 

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