Law360, New York (January 2, 2015, 5:25 PM EST) -- Major cases in New Jersey that are set for developments in 2015 could hamper the ability of watchdog employees to sue under one of the toughest whistleblower laws in the country, stymie the use of retired judges, and resolve a vacuum of affordable housing policy in the state.
Here are some high-profile disputes that attorneys will be closely watching in the new year:
Lippman v. Ethicon Inc.
The state Supreme Court could offer critical guidance on protections for would-be whistleblowers when it decides cases that involve the state's powerful Conscientious Employee Protection Act.
One of those suits, Lippman v. Ethicon Inc.,...
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