NJ Supreme Court Clarifies Legal Standard for Retaliation Claims Under LAD

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NJ Supreme Court Clarifies Legal Standard for Retaliation Claims Under LAD

by Gary S. Young on August 5, 2013

The Supreme Court of New Jersey recently issued a key decision regarding the proofs required under the state’s Law Against Discrimination (LAD). The case also addressed what is required for an award of emotional distress damages under the LAD as well as to sustain a fraud-based claim under the Conscientious Employee Protection Act (CEPA).

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