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New Jersey’s Supreme Court has sided with unpaid demolition companies in a dispute over a leveled power plant, confirming that the market value of salvaged material can be used to pay what the companies are owed for their work.
Women who used to work for Merck & Co. Inc. told a New Jersey federal judge on Monday that the company’s attempt to defeat their class claims in a sex bias suit seeking $250 million rested on a “hair-splitting house of cards,” arguing that the initial U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission charge backed their certification motion.
A New Jersey federal judge on Tuesday slammed a political consultant with a four-year prison term for her role in a kickback scheme at a defunct Newark water agency, saying she was part of the “inner circle of this tremendous fraud" that ultimately brought down the organization.
Counsel for an activist urged a New Jersey state appellate panel Tuesday to revive his criminal complaint accusing former Gov. Chris Christie of official misconduct over an alleged scheme to reduce local access lanes to the George Washington Bridge for political revenge, saying the prosecutors who dismissed the case had a conflict of interest.
A class of public utilities has urged a New Jersey federal judge to approve a $10.7 million settlement with a company accused of rigging bids on a water treatment chemical, arguing the company’s bankruptcy could threaten their ability to recoup losses.