NJ Supreme Court Sneak Peek: Teacher Lawsuit, New Biz Rule

By Bill Wichert (September 10, 2021, 8:56 p.m. EDT) – The scope of the First Amendment ministerial exception to block employment discrimination complaints against religious institutions and the viability of the new business rule in the State prohibiting damages for future lost profits are among the burning questions facing the New Jersey Supreme Court as judges open a new term.

These questions loom in cases pending before the Supreme Court regarding allegations that a Catholic school unlawfully fired a teacher because she was pregnant and single, as well as allegations that a former lawyer for Cooper Levenson and others derailed a developer’s plans. The initial arguments of the court of …

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