Tag: NJLAD

Worker May Rely on Doctor’s Testimony to Bring NJLAD Claim Against Municipality

Worker May Rely on Doctor’s Testimony to Bring NJLAD Claim Against Municipality

In Patricia Delvecchio v. Township of Bridgewater, the Supreme Court of New Jersey held that an aggrieved public employee could rely on the testimony of a treating physician, who has not been designated as an expert witness, to establish the existence of a disability for a claim under the New

Recent Decision Offers Lessons on Disability Accommodation Under NJLAD

Recent Decision Offers Lessons on Disability Accommodation Under NJLAD

Disability discrimination suits pursuant to the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination and the Americans With Disabilities Act are increasingly common. A recent decision by a New Jersey district judge highlights when employers are obligated to make reasonable accommodations. The Facts of the Case In Fronczkiewicz v. Magellan Health Services, Inc.,

Is the New Jersey Port Authority Covered by the NJLAD?

In an interesting discrimination case working its way though the federal court system, the New Jersey Port Authority maintains that it is not covered by the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination (NJLAD). The argument relies on an unpublished Third Circuit Court of Appeals decision that appears to suggest that the