Posted May 16, 2019 By: Erica M. Clifford   In an unpublished opinion, the New Jersey Appellate Division ruled in Caballero v. Cablevision Systems Corp. that a former Cablevision employee is entitled to present her claims of age and disability discrimination to a jury, reversing the dismissal of her complaint. The Appellate Division held …  …

Posted April 25, 2019 A former Cablevision employee’s discrimination suit can move forward because she sufficiently alleged that her firing resulted from “hostility toward her medical condition,” a New Jersey appeals court ruled. Read Full Article

Posted April 25, 2019, 10:01 AM by Patrick Dorrian, Reporter A former Cablevision Systems Corp. employee may be able to show she was fired because she was 52 years old and had just returned from gallbladder surgery, the New Jersey Appellate Division ruled. Read Full Article

By Suzette Parmley| April 26, 2019 at 02:32 PM The plaintiff alleges the company’s stated reason for the firing, that she failed to notify HR of her divorce in order to remove her ex-husband from company health benefits, was a pretext. A former Cablevision employee’s discrimination suit can move forward because she sufficiently alleged that her firing…

In an explosive lawsuit filed in Hudson County Superior Court, a Jersey City Medical Center EMT who is Arab claims that over the past four years he’s been bombarded with ethnic slurs and taunts from coworkers.”You have no idea how hard I tried to show them I was working hard, educated, intelligent, willing to help,” Nader Mousa, 45,…

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