UPS Worker Is No Whisteblower, NJ High Court Hears

Law360, New York (April 17, 2013, 8:53 PM ET) -- New Jersey Supreme Court justices weighing the case of a UPS Inc. supervisor accusing the shipping giant of illegal retaliation on Wednesday asked attorneys to explain under what circumstances a workplace complaint would constitute protected whistleblowing and whether a jury was given a confusing picture of the supervisor's whistleblower claim.

During nearly two hours of arguments in Battaglia v. UPS Inc., justices also tackled whether the state's anti-discrimination law can protect a man who protests offensive, sexually based comments about women who aren't present to hear...
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