Blog Posts in 2019

  • Governor Phil Murphy Signs Strongest Equal Pay Bill in US into Law

    Posted By Marc W. Garbar

    25 Nov. 2019

    While many residents of this State will agree that everyone should be paid equally, regardless of gender or any other protected characteristic, business owners need to immediately review pay disparities between their employees, and adjust accordingly. Such adjustments must only increase compensation as, according to the law, employers are prohibited from reducing the rate of compensation of any ...
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  • A River Runs Through It (Employment Law: NY V NJ)

    Posted By Marc W. Garbar

    24 Nov. 2019

    While there is less than a nautical mile between New York and New Jersey, from the coastline of Manhattan to the friendly confines of Bergen and Hudson Counties, the breadth of the Hudson River should not be minimized. It is, after all, procedurally and substantively, the grand separator between two drastically different employment-law arenas. Substantive Anti-discrimination Laws Pursuant to New ...
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  • The Bare Knuckles Of Employment Law

    Posted By Marc W. Garbar

    23 Nov. 2019

    Who is Affected by Employment Law Seemingly, anyone and everyone associated with a business, i.e., the owners, managers, supervisors and all other employees. Of course, the business itself, no matter how small or large, so long as it has employees, is greatly affected. Employment law cases can cripple or even bankrupt businesses; can significantly impact an individual’s career; and can also ...
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  • Bergen County Magazine Recognizes Marc Garbar as Top Employment Law Attorney

    Posted By Marc W. Garbar

    22 Nov. 2019

    In the November 2019 issue of Bergen magazine, Attorney Marc W. Garbar was recently named one of Bergen's Top Lawyers for Employment Law. Read more about this recognition:
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  • Don't Be Singing The Blues Or Be Serving Alcohol At Your Business Holiday Parties

    Posted By Marc W. Garbar

    22 Nov. 2019

    Fifty weeks is a long time. Fifty weeks of seeing the same people, day in and day out. The same people that you spend a lot more time with than you do with your own families. The same people that for hopefully two weeks of the year, you don’t have to see while you are on vacation. Fifty-two weeks ago, you celebrated the holiday season with your business colleagues. This year, assuming the ...
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