Who is protected by New Jersey’s Whistleblower Law? New Jersey’s Whistleblower law is called CEPA or the Conscientious Employee Protection Act.  The whistleblower law protects employees from employer retaliation. Disclosure or Threat to Disclose  CEPA protects employees who disclose or threaten to disclose employer violations.  These violations are of a law, rule or regulation.  They […]

A legal malpractice case in the state of New Jersey is different from other lawsuits. One way that it is different is the Affidavit of Merit requirement. The state of New Jersey requires a person who is going to sue a licensed professional to hire a licensed professional in the same field as one of […]

When you receive a severance agreement from your job, you should have it reviewed by an employment attorney. There are a number of reasons why this is recommended. Most employers will require you to give up your rights to ever sue the company again. The severance agreement will likely contain a release or waiver of […]

New Jersey protects a Whistleblower in the workplace with one of the strongest employment laws in the United States.  The law is known as the Conscientious Employee Protection Act or CEPA for short. The Whistleblower law protects an employee who engages in certain activity.  An employer is not supposed to retaliate against an employee who […]