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New Jersey is facing a nearly $10 billion revenue shortfall for the current and upcoming fiscal years due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, though for now the governor isn't talking about new taxes to help close the gap.
Three men convicted of defrauding certain colleges by making illicit payments to basketball recruits in violation of NCAA rules told the Second Circuit on Friday that the U.S. Supreme Court's recent decision to toss convictions from the Bridgegate scandal shows that they should not have been convicted of fraud.
US Pack Logistics Inc. has told a New Jersey court that a federal magistrate judge should've ordered arbitration in a delivery driver's proposed wage and hour class action, saying the driver is not a transportation worker engaged in interstate commerce who'd be exempt from arbitration.
Attorneys at Proskauer break down the kinds of COVID-19 whistleblower retaliation claims employers should anticipate, and explain key steps to minimize risks under the Occupational Safety and Health Act, National Labor Relations Act, Families First Coronavirus Response Act, and state laws.
To create jobs and address the country's $4.5 trillion infrastructure backlog, the federal government should enact coronavirus relief directed at infrastructure investment, leveraged by the allocation of funds for public-private partnerships, say Andrej Micovic and Eric Singer at Bilzin Sumberg.