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New Jersey Supreme Court expands damages for whistle-blowers

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in Discrimination and Harassment,Employment Law,Human Resources

The New Jersey Supreme Court has just made it easier for whistle-blowers to recover back-pay damages. In Donelson v. DuPont Chambers Works, the state’s highest court expanded the definition of “adverse employment action” and held that an employee can recover lost wages if the employer’s retaliation caused a disability that made the employee unable to continue working.

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