News

Lawyer's fees $877G in bias suit
SETTLED: Fired worker sued Madison board

September 21, 2010

Top 20 Personal Injury Awards of the Year
Hudson Co. Jury Awards $7.2M to M.D. Injured in PATH Slip and Fall

September 20, 2010

Illusory Promise of Comparable Employment Doesn’t Bar Plan’s Post-Employment Benefits

September 13, 2010

Court rules for employee terminated after job promise

September 3, 2010

Fired Before Coffee, Worker Gets Benefits

February 8, 2008

Former Mellon Financial Director Wins Benefits, Pension and Lifetime Medical Care as Result of Federal Lawsuit

February 7, 2008

Transferred Employee Entitled to Benefits from Former Employer

January 29, 2008

Bias Suit Won by Employee

September 3, 2007

$1.023M Attorney Fee Award

September 3, 2007

$485K Deal to Parole Board Whistleblower

April 16, 2007

Parole board director demoted after reporting that parolee was being given special treatment: Retaliation: Emotional distress: Settlement.

April 12, 2007

Former State Parole Board Executive Director Wins $485,000 CEPA Settlement and Job Transfer

April 8, 2007

$847,150 for Disability Bias

March 26, 2007

Morris law firm wins job bias suit: Middlesex jury awards $847K, finds woman’s disability led to her firing

March 20, 2007

Fortune 500 Staffing Company, Kelly Services, Hit With Employment Discrimination Verdict

March 9, 2007

 

Publications

When does ERISA Preempt New York’s Prevailing Wage Law?

Matthew A. Siebel and Matthew J. Vance
NYSBA L&E Newsletter (Spring 2002)

Financial Planning: Making Prevailing Plaintiffs Whole

Frank D. Tinari and Christopher W. Hager
New Jersey Law Journal

 

Case Spotlights

Robert M. Howley v. Mellon Financial Corporation

January 29, 2008

Frank Caminiti v. The County of Essex, New Jersey

July 31, 2007

Rachel B. Morley v. Avaya Inc. Long Term Disability Plan for Salaried Employees

August 3, 2006