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Folkman Law Attorney Quoted in Phila. Inquirer Article

On Friday, September 6, 2019, Folkman Law attorney Eve R. Keller, Esquire was quoted in a Philadelphia Inquirer article, “Haverford Officials to Meet in Public for the First Time Since Shutting down Bon Air Fire Company over Proud Boys Controversy.” The article, written by Katie Park, examines the closing by Haverford Township, Pennsylvania of the […]

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New Jersey Paid Sick Leave Act Now in Effect

The New Jersey Paid Sick Leave Act, N.J.S.A. 34:11D-1 et seq. (the “Act“), which was signed by Governor Murphy in May, went into effect on October 29, 2018. Under the Act, all employees—whether full time, part time, or seasonal—must be paid one hour of sick leave for every 30 hours worked, up to 40 hours per […]

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New Jersey Appeals Court Tosses Arbitration Agreement that Failed to Designate Forum

In a precedential opinion, the New Jersey Appellate Division found that an arbitration agreement was invalid where it failed to designate an arbitration forum and process for conducting the arbitration. In Flanzman v. Jenny Craig, et al., Docket No. A-2580-17T1, the plaintiff filed a lawsuit alleging age discrimination and retaliatory termination against her former employer. During […]

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Folkman Law Offices Successfully Represents Labor Organization

We are proud to announce that Folkman Law Offices has successfully represented a labor organization through a representation election (RC) before the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB)! An RC Petition is filed by employees seeking an election for representation after collecting signatures from at least 30% of workers in the potential bargaining unit. Petitions that […]

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Cherry Hill Employment Lawyers discuss ALJ Finds Chipotle’s Social Media Policy Violates NLRA

On March 14, 2016, Administrative Law Judge Susan A. Flynn found that Chipotle’s social media policy violated Section 8(a)(1) of the National Labor Relations Act (“NLRA”) while ruling in favor…

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