Month: December 2021

NJ Supreme Court to Consider Suit by Catholic School Teacher Terminated for Pre-Marital Pregnancy

The Supreme Court of New Jersey has agreed to consider the case of a New Jersey Catholic school teacher who was terminated for becoming pregnant via premarital sex. The issue in Crisitello v. St. Theresa School is whether the teacher’s discrimination claims are barred by the First Amendment. Facts of

NJ Supreme Court Strikes Down Medicaid Expansion Regulation

In G.C. v. Division of Medical Assistance and Health Services (A-35/36/37-20) (084417) (Decided November 18, 2021), the Supreme Court struck down N.J.A.C. 10:72-4.4(d)(1) as inconsistent with its state enabling legislation and contrary to legislative intent. The court also expressed grave concerns that the regulation’s method of operation is also inconsistent