NJ High Court Lowers Bar For Bias Retaliation In UPS Ruling

Law360, New York (July 17, 2013, 9:13 PM ET) -- New Jersey employers may face more liability under the state's powerful anti-discrimination law following a state Supreme Court decision Wednesday that an employee doesn't have to identify an actual victim of bias to claim retaliation under the statute for voicing complaints, attorneys say.

The ruling came in the case of a UPS Inc. supervisor who sued the shipping giant under the state's Law Against Discrimination and Conscientious Employee Protection Act, claiming he was demoted for protesting his manager's offensive sexual comments about female employees and abusive...
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