Beth Lincow Cole

6000 Sagemore Drive – Suite 6301
Marlton, New Jersey 08053, United States

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Can We Ask Applicants for Their Facebook Password? Lawmakers May Answer This Question for New Jersey Employers

Beth Lincow Cole is committed to helping employers comply with federal and state employment law and avoid potential business-wrecking lawsuits. If your company needs guidance regarding its harassment policies and procedures or…more
| Business Organizations

Is Your Company Dress Code Policy Wrinkle Free? Dress Code and Appearance Policies Lead to Costly Liability for Employers

Beth Lincow Cole is committed to helping employers comply with federal and state employment law and avoid potential business-wrecking lawsuits. If your company needs guidance regarding its harassment policies and procedures or…more
| Business Organizations

Is Your Company Dress Code Policy Wrinkle Free? Dress Code and Appearance Policies Lead to Costly Liability for Employers

Beth Lincow Cole is committed to helping employers comply with federal and state employment law and avoid potential business-wrecking lawsuits. If your company needs guidance regarding its harassment policies and procedures or…more
| Business Organizations

Additional Protection for Employees in New Jersey: New Jersey Court Expands Scope of Law Against Discrimination

Beth Lincow Cole is committed to helping employers comply with federal and state employment law and avoid potential business-wrecking lawsuits. If your company needs guidance regarding its harassment policies and procedures or…more
| Business Organizations

Facing an EEOC Charge? What to Expect

Receiving a complaint letter from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is often stressful for an employer, no matter how frivolous the employee’s claims. As employment law attorneys, we have found that…more
| Labor & Employment Law

Do Your Employees Moonlight?

The recent scandal regarding an attorney who was suspended by New York Attorney General’s office for moonlighting as a dominatrix highlights an important question—when can an employee’s “moonlighting” legitimately be used by…more
| Labor & Employment Law

You Decide: Employee Misconduct or Failure to Accommodate a Disabled Employee?

According to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, a popular drugstore chain violated the Americans with Disabilities Act by firing a worker with diabetes after she opened a bag of chips while on duty as a cashier. We are…more
| Labor & Employment Law

Going Global: Addressing Discrimination Worldwide

As our world becomes increasingly connected, more and more employers have international operations, resulting in U.S. citizens working abroad and non-U.S. citizens working here. …more
| Labor & Employment Law

Is the Economic Downturn to Blame for Rise in Age Discrimination Claims?

As the economy continues to falter, many employers are faced with the difficult task of reducing their workforce. In order to avoid a further business disaster, it is important to ensure that any employment decisions are based…more
| Labor & Employment Law

FMLA Update: Proximity Matters

An employee on leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act must remain in close proximity to the family member requiring care, according to a recent federal court decision. …more
| Labor & Employment Law

NYU Gets Schooled by EEOC in National Origin Harassment and Retaliation Lawsuit

New York University, the largest private university in the United States and one of New York City’s ten biggest employers, will pay $210,000 to settle a race and national origin harassment and retaliation lawsuit filed by the…more
| Labor & Employment Law

Employment Law Update: Avoiding Attorneys Fees in a Wage and Hour Lawsuit

Employers should be aware that the Eleventh Circuit issued a significant decision last month that provides employers with an opportunity to moot a plaintiff’s lawsuit under the Fair Labor and Standards Act prior to entry of a…more
| Labor & Employment Law

Employee Military Deployment: What Are the Employee’s Obligations?

As we mentioned yesterday, growing numbers of our country’s workforce are being called to active military duty. Therefore, it is important for employers to be familiar with the employment laws governing employee military…more
| Labor & Employment Law

Employee Military Deployment: What Are the Employee’s Obligations?

As we mentioned yesterday, growing numbers of our country’s workforce are being called to active military duty. Therefore, it is important for employers to be familiar with the employment laws governing employee military…more
| Labor & Employment Law

Is Congress Poised to Expand the FMLA?

As we noted in a previous post regarding the Family and Medical Leave Act, American families are changing. To address these changes, Assistant Senate Majority Leader Dick Durbin (D-IL) and Representative Carolyn Maloney (D-NY)…more
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