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9.9.19 – New Jersey has now adopted what looks to be the most comprehensive wage theft law in the entire country.
- New Jersey Appellate Division Confers Additional Insured Status, Albeit Limited to that Portion of the Insured's Work
8.19.19 – In Comcast of Garden State, LP v. The Hanover Ins. Co., Docket No. A-3425-17T4, an unpublished decision decided on July 10, 2019, the New Jersey Appellate Division held that a putative additional insured found partially liable in an underlying personal injury action was an additional insured, but “only with respect to” the insured-contractor’s work, and, therefore, was not entitled to coverage for its own negligent conduct.
- New Jersey Appellate Court Provides Some Clarity on the Scope and Use of Employment Restrictive Covenants
8.14.19 – The New Jersey Appellate Division has clarified the analysis required to determine the effect of restrictive covenant agreements (RCAs) and offered guidance to practitioners drafting RCAs under New Jersey law in a decision on six consolidated actions.
- New Jersey Enacts Employee Salary History Ban
8.12.19 – New Jersey has enacted a new law prohibiting employers from seeking or relying on job applicants’ salary history.