John J. Sarno – Employers Association of New Jersey

Puglia v. Elk Pipeline

Amicus Curiae Brief and Appendix of Employers Association of NJ

Will be argued January 6, 2016 before NJ Supreme Court: Whether the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) preempts state law civil claims under the Conscientious Employee Protection Act (CEPA) that arise out of a collective…more
Aguas v. State of New Jersey

Amicus Curiae Brief and Appendix of Employers Association of NJ

NJ Supreme Court (2015) holds an employer in a hostile work environment sexual harassment case may assert as an affirmative defense that it exercised reasonable care to prevent and correct promptly any sexually harassing…more
Winters v. North Hudson Regional Fire

Amicus Curiae Brief of Employers Association of New Jersey

NJ Supreme Court (2012) The Court holds that a public employee who fully adjudicates a disciplinary notice where the tribunal finds that he has been fired for cause, cannot later sue his employer under the Conscientious Employee…more

New Jersey, United States

Areas of Practice
  • Appellate Practice
  • Labor & Employment Law
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