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New Jersey WARN Act Applies To Parent And Affiliated Companies, Including Private Equity Investors In Certain Circumstances
New Jersey’s Appellate Division has held that parents or affiliates (including a private equity investor) of a company that failed to give required notice of a closing or mass layoff under the New Jersey WARN Act ("NJ WARN") may be liable for severance pay owed to the employees under the statute.
United States
19 Jul 2011
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New York Courts Are Likely To Defer To NYSDOL Opinion Letter Prohibiting Deductions for Wage Overpayments
In a recently published Opinion Letter (RO-09-0152), the New York State Department of Labor (NYSDOL) stated its position that where an employee is accidentally overpaid, a New York employer is prohibited from recouping the overpayment by making deductions from the employee’s paychecks (even if authorized by the employee) or requiring the employee to repay the money by separate transaction.
United States
4 Jun 2010
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Separation Agreements And The Release Of FMLA Rights And Claims: The Landscape Is Uncertain
Is the waiver and release of a Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) cause of action in a separation agreement enforceable?
United States
20 Aug 2007
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