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Defining the Parameters of a Separation or Severance Agreement

Regardless of which industry you work in these days, whether it is blue collar or white collar, there’s always a possibility for layoffs. Perhaps your…

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Arbitration Clauses in New Jersey: What You Need to Know

In New Jersey, there has been a lot of litigation over arbitration clauses in employment agreements.. Certain requirements must be met in order for the…

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A Sexual Harassment Lawsuit That Seems Straight From a Movie

Sexual harassment in the workplace is a prominent issue that deserves to be recognized and fought against. Employers, employees, and customers sometimes, unfortunately, display behaviors…

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What Are the Effects of Title I and Title III of the ADA?

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), which went into effect in 1990, has had far-reaching impact on both persons with disabilities and those without. It…

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Is your employer lax on training to curb sexual harassment?

You may have run into sexual harassment through a personal encounter. On the other hand, you may have been exposed to name-calling or a risqué…

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Government Construction Projects & Prevailing Wage Fraud

Each year, the federal government and state governments spend billions of dollars on a numerous construction projects. These projects range from highways and bridges to…

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An Overview of the OSHA Whistleblower Law

The Law Firm of Jacobson & Rooks, LLC, represents employees in a variety of situations, and we have acted as whistleblower, retaliation, discrimination and work…

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Gender Discrimination is Sex Discrimination

The issue of transgender restrooms in public schools has been in the news recently.  Is gender discrimination protected under Title VII?  The United States Supreme…

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Upskirting – Is It Against the Law?

Even when you’re out in public, you expect to have a certain amount of privacy. For example, you would expect the people around you not…

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Accessibility and the ADA

The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) prohibits employers from discriminating against potential job applicants or current employees in all aspects of employment, including…

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