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Ohio Employment Law April 1, 2010
Most Ohio promissory estoppel and fraud claims brought by employees against employers have foundered on the element of detrimental reliance ever since the Ohio Supreme Court established strict guidelines for establishing detrimental reliance in Wing..., Case Law Alert - 2nd Qtr 2010
Federal Employment Law April 1, 2010
The plaintiff filed a lawsuit seeking to certify a collective action pursuant to the Fair Labor Standards Act as a result of her employer's failure to compensate pharmaceutical sales representatives for overtime worked. The lower court dismissed..., Case Law Alert - 2nd Qtr 2010
New Jersey Public Entity and Civil Rights Litigation April 1, 2010
A Salem County jury found in favor of the plaintiff, a chemical engineer at duPont Chambers Works factory. The plaintiff complained to his superiors about the hazardous qualities of one of the chemicals made at the plant and claimed that his..., Case Law Alert - 2nd Qtr 2010
New Jersey Employment Law April 1, 2010
The plaintiff's position as Divisional Vice President of Informational Services was eliminated, and he was terminated at the age of 57. The plaintiff alleged that his duties were distributed among remaining workers who were younger. While sustaining..., Case Law Alerts - 2nd Qtr 2010
Federal Employment Law April 1, 2010
In Keyes, the plaintiff filed a lawsuit against his former employer, alleging that they terminated his employment in violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act. Specifically, the plaintiff alleged that he was provided with a verbal warning and..., Case Law Alert - 2nd Qtr 2010
New Jersey Fraud/Special Investigation April 1, 2010
The plaintiff, Thamon Wright (Thamon), filed an action against the defendants Aaron Wright (Aaron) and Lisa Wright (Lisa) to recover damages for personal injuries suffered as a result of an incident in which his legs became caught beneath a truck..., Case Law Alert - 2nd Qtr 2010
Florida Health Care Liability April 1, 2010
The Fifth District Court of Appeals found that a durable power of attorney was broad enough to authorize the nursing home resident's daughter to enter into an agreement for binding arbitration. The durable power of attorney granted the daughter the..., Case Law Alert - 2nd Qtr 2010
New Jersey Employment Law April 1, 2010
The plaintiffs retained legal services and instituted an action alleging causes of action under both the NJLAD and CEPA. At a court ordered mediation, a tentative settlement was reached. However, an issue arose concerning whether the settlement..., Case Law Alert - 2nd Qtr 2010
Federal Intellectual Property, Technology and Media Litigation April 1, 2010
Cybersquatting is the bad faith use of an Internet domain name with the intent to profit from someone else's trademark. Typically, a cybersquatter will offer to sell the domain to the entity that owns the trademark, but at an exorbitant price...., Case Law Alert - 2nd Qtr 2010
New Jersey Workers' Compensation April 1, 2010
The petitioner was a master plumber and foreman with the respondent, Barnickel Enterprises, Inc. As a privilege of his employment, the petitioner was authorized by the respondent to utilize a company vehicle to drive to and from home and between job...

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