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A recent wave of state and local legislation aims to correct the disparate impact of a seemingly innocuous interviewing practice — asking a candidate about his or her salary history, say Amy Traub and Amanda Van Hoose Garofalo of BakerHostetler.
The state of New York, along with several other jurisdictions, pressed a Manhattan federal judge Friday to issue a nationwide injunction blocking the Trump administration from cutting off law enforcement funding for so-called sanctuary jurisdictions, arguing new conditions for the funds are unlawful and unconstitutional.
A former Morgan Stanley executive urged a New Jersey federal judge Friday to certify her opinion last month forcing arbitration of his claims he was fired because of past alcohol and drug abuse, a move needed for him to appeal the ruling to the Third Circuit.
A Republican New Jersey state court judge has declined to recuse himself from a supermarket competition case involving an attorney from his town who supported his Democratic political rivals, ruling that a “reasonable” person wouldn’t find that a 14-year-old election campaign would impact his impartiality.
A New York City attorney pled not guilty Friday in New Jersey state court to charges of fatally shooting the mother of his daughter in their New Jersey home last month before allegedly fleeing to Cuba, while his lawyer called on prosecutors to turn over additional discovery about the case.