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Week Ending 8/28/15: Grande v. St. Clare’s Health

Alan Schorr’s Employment Case of The Week ending August 28, 2015 Grande v. St. Clare's Health Sys., 2015 N.J. Super. Unpub. LEXIS 2084 (App. Div. August 28, 2015) This week’s case explores the law protecting injured employees whom the employer claims have become a danger to themselves and others based upon their medical condition.  Due…
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UMDNJ Whistleblower Cases Cost Rutgers Nearly $2 Million in Settlements

Rutgers University recently settled several major whistleblower cases that were inherited with the merger of the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (UMDNJ). Rutgers agreed to pay out nearly $2 million in settlements to former high-level administrators. These confidential agreements put an end to two long-running lawsuits that charged UMDNJ with wrongful termination…
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4 Reasons Not to Sign that Severance Agreement

A severance agreement can be a good thing—but not always as good as it looks at first glance. Many employees will take a severance package for the immediate money it promises, only to regret it later as they see how it negatively affects their job hunt or independent work. If you are ever presented with…
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Alan Schorr receives Lead Counsel rating

Alan Schorr has achieved a Lead Counsel rating with leadcounsel.org, part of the Thomson Reuters law network.  This rating is based on Alan's "profound legal experience, solid reputation, and demonstrated ethics".  Congratulations Alan!
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Alan Schorr and Arykah Trabosh named Top Attorneys by SJ Magazine

In the August 2015 issue of SJ Magazine, SJ Magazine listed their 2015 Top Attorneys.  In the Employment Discrimination category, only five attorneys were listed.  Two of those five were our very own Alan Schorr and Arykah Trabosh.  Congratuations to Alan and Arykah on an honor well deserved!
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