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By Melanie M. Ghaw, Esq. A recent decision by the United States Supreme Court resolved a long-standing circuit split on the issue of whether

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By Erica M. Clifford, Esq. The recently established Third Circuit precedent barring out-of-state plaintiffs from joining a collective action under the Fair Labor Standards

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By Alison Vogel, Esq. In a matter of first impression, the Third Circuit recently affirmed the New Jersey District Court’s ruling that Uber drivers

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By Iman A. Wells, Esq We previously reported that in response to the WARN Amendments, the ERISA Industry Committee (“ERIC”) filed a lawsuit against

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By Reema Chandnani, Esq. As we have previously reported, the amendments to the to the Millville Dallas Airmotive Plant Job Loss Notification (the “Act”)

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By Arooj Siraj, Esq. The Third Circuit recently affirmed the dismissal of a wrongful termination claim in which an employee alleged that he was

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