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Michael R. Darbee The Third Circuit recently issued a decision holding that putative class members can benefit from equitable tolling even before a district court decides a motion for class certification. Aly v. Valeant Pharms. Int’l. Inc., No. 19-3326, __
Continue Reading The Third Circuit Addresses American Pipe Tolling before a Class Certification Decision

A New Jersey man’s false-arrest suit is part of a growing wave of litigation over facial recognition technology, and observers say more suits are coming. […] Litigation over the Illinois facial recognition law saw an uptick after the Illinois Supreme Court
Continue Reading Rise of the Machines: Facial Recognition Technology Heralds Upswing in Litigation

Thomas J. Szymanski New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy recently signed S2374 into law, expanding the New Jersey Family Leave Act (“NJFLA”) and New Jersey Temporary Disability Benefits Law (“NJTDBL”) and providing additional employee protections during the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic and future epidemics,
Continue Reading Another Round for the Garden State! New Jersey Again Changes Leave and Disability Benefits for COVID-19 Impacted Employees