New Jersey Legal Updates
Compliance Law Updates Recently Announced:
Last Updated: 7/5/2023
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New Jersey Legal Updates:
- New Jersey Enacts Law Requires Reporting to Division of Unemployment (effective 07/31/23)
- Federal Court Holds That Employees Cannot File Private Lawsuits Against Their Employers Under New Jersey Cannabis Law
- New Jersey Enacts Temporary Workers' Bill of Rights -- Includes Notice Requirement
- New Jersey Amends Temporary Disability Benefit Regulations
- New Jersey Implements Long-Delayed Landmark WARN Law
- New Jersey Amends Law on Firearms, Including Firearms in Parking Lots--New Policy Forthcoming
- New Jersey Enacts Law Requires Reporting to Division of Unemployment
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