"Your Arbitration Agreement is No Good." This is essentially what the New Jersey Superior Court of Bergen County told the Defendant in a recent decision. In Winters v. Electronic Merchant Sys., N.J. Super. Law Div. (Wilson, J.S.C.), the Judge ruled that the Defendant could not enforce an arbitration agreement because it did not meet the required elements of an enforceable contract. This is an important lesson for business owners and consumers alike. Let's look at what happene
A common question asked by employers is, do they have to hire an applicant who has a disability simply to avoid liability and discrimination claims? The answer is “no”, so long as the protected class applicant is not being hired based upon his/her class status or disability. In general, an employer is free to select the most qualified applicant available and to make decisions based on reasons unrelated to a disability. For example, assume that an essential function of a parti
Today we continue with our 5-part series, The Top 5 Reasons NOT to File a Lawsuit. We are on Number 4: "To Avoid an Obligation."
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In this 5-part series business attorney Peter Lamont explores the Top 5 Reasons NOT to File a Lawsuit. This is Reason #5: Someone Tells You That They Had Success in a Similar Case & Suggests that You Can Have the Same Outcome.
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