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By Sheila Raftery Wiggins The Supreme Court of New Jersey – the highest court in New Jersey – held that the failure to comply with the notice provisions of the claims-made policy constitutes a breach of the policy, permitting the insurer to de (More)
By: Sheila Raftery Wiggins The Fair Credit Reporting Act imposes many requirements, including on background checks of prospective employees. An employer may not obtain a background check unless: (1) a clear and conspicuous disclosure is made in wr (More)
By: Sheila Raftery Wiggins The NLRB ruled that the mandatory arbitration agreement - which a Wendy’s franchisee asks its employees to sign - contains illegal waivers of class and collective rights. The NLRB’s decision conflicts with a feder (More)