Tag Archives: Matthew Weisberg

Does Retirement really mean Discrimination?

            Bucholz v. Victor Printing, Inc., 2012 WL 2522969 (D. N.J. 2012) is a case which analyzes the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination (“LAD”). Specifically, Bucholz, the Plaintiff accused his former employer of discrimination on the … Continue reading

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Finding Your Way to a New Venue.

Lay et al. v. Bumpass, CA: 3:11-CV-1543 (M.D.P.A. 2012) is a case which examines the correct place to file a complaint for legal malpractice. This particular decision was based in part on the filing of the complaint in the Middle … Continue reading

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The Meaning of Esoteric.

            Vazquez v. Macri et al., No: A-3572-10T1 (N.J. Super. 2012) is a New Jersey state case which discusses when an expert is needed to define the professional standard of care. In the original trial, the … Continue reading

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The Importance of Time in Employment Discrimination.

            Highwater v. Animus, CA No.: 12-3206, (E.D.P.A. Oct. 10, 2012) is an employment discrimination case. The main issue analyzed by the court is when an action must be brought to be within the statute of … Continue reading

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Arbitration Agreements and the Employment Relationship.

Wagner v. Open Road Auto Group, No.: A-5312-10T3, (N.J. Super. App. Div. Jan. 10, 2012) is an employment discrimination case which analyzes the impact of arbitration agreements on discrimination claims. Many times, when employment is offered to a person, the … Continue reading

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Transactional Legal Malpractice: A Difficult Task.

Often times, the most difficult legal malpractice cases are those involving transactions. Generally, this is a more difficult case because there is no formal deadline, or process such as in litigation. Jobar Realty Co, Inc. v. Tombalakian et al., No.: … Continue reading

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When was the Discrimination?

Seltman v. Exelon Corp.,C.A. No: 11-07195 (E.D.Pa. 2012) is an employment discrimination case fromPennsylvania. The main import of the case is that it analyzes when the statute of limitations begins to run on a case of employment discrimination. A typical … Continue reading

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What is in a Complaint?

Manley v. Memorial Hospital of Salem, C.A. No.: 11-2117, (D. N.J. 2012) is a case which is important because it states the standard of what should be contained in a hostile work environment complaint. A complaint is the legal document … Continue reading

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The Merits of being Timely

Slewion v. Weinstein et al., CA No. 10-CV-5325, (E.D.PA August 6, 2012) is a case which involved a summary judgment motion based on a lack of certificate of merit. The plaintiff in the case was unable to produce the certificate … Continue reading

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The Difficult Case of Wrongful Discharge

Randler v. Kountry Kraft Inc., No. 1:11-CV-474, (M.D.Pa. October 24, 2011) is an employment case related to termination.Pennsylvania is known as an “at-will” employment state. This means that generally, a person may be terminated for any reason, as long as … Continue reading

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