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On February 15, 2019, in the matter of Anne Raymond v. Board of Review, Department of Labor, and Urology Group of Princeton, PA, A-5129-16T3, the Appellate Division affirmed a ruling from the Department of Labor’s Board of Review that an employee of the Urology Group of Princeton, PA, Anne Raymond, […]

In Kocanowski v. Township of Bridgewater, the New Jersey Supreme Court was asked to consider whether volunteer firefighters have to be employed in order to receive workers’ compensation temporary disability benefits.  The workers’ compensation judge and the Appellate Division both held that a volunteer firefighter was not entitled to temporary […]

On February 14, 2019, in the matter of Franzblau Dratch PC v. Brian Martin, A-3362-17T3, the Appellate Division reversed and remanded the trial court’s decision to enforce a settlement, finding that the trial judge had failed to explain his ruling, and finding that a factual dispute regarding whether the parties […]

An IEP derives from a governmental program (The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act – “IDEA”) and does not apply to every student with a disability. An IEP only applies to disabled students who apply to the program and are eligible. Section 504 is an anti-discrimination law and applies to every […]

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