N.J. Court Revives Post-Firing Retaliation Case

Law360, New York (July 10, 2008, 12:00 AM ET) -- Citing the landmark Supreme Court decision Burlington Northern v. White, a New Jersey appeals court ruled Monday that a former employee of a Hispanic food products distributer could sue for alleged discriminatory conduct that took place after he was fired.

In its opinion, a three-judge panel of the appellate division of the New Jersey Superior Court found that Fernando Roa's complaint against the company, LaFe, and his boss, Marino Roa, did not violate a two-year statute of limitations. In doing so, it overturned a lower state...
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