Federal Court Reinstates U.S. Department of Labor’s Rule on Classification of Workers as Independent Contractors or Employees under the Federal Fair Labor Standards Act Written By: Steven C. DePalma On March 22, 2022, a Federal Court reinstated a previously withdrawn final rule issued by the U.S. Department of Labor (“DOL”) on January 6, 2021 that…

A Roadmap for the Special Needs College Student Moving from Child Find to Self-Report By Laura A. Siclari IDEA’S Child Find Obligation For disabled students in grades pre-K to 12, many decades of hard-fought advocacy and court battles have yielded a vast body of case law, standards, regulations and guidance governing public school districts’ duties…

The business owners who are featured on the popular TV show “Shark Tank” have nothing on Seton Hall University’s budding entrepreneurs. That was clear earlier than month when Seton Hall University held its 12th annual Pirates Pitch Startup Contest, sponsored by the Stillman School of Business’ Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship. At the event, six…

Controversial New Jersey Attorney General Memo Claims that Off-Duty Police Officers May Purchase and Consume Marijuana On April 14, 2022, Acting New Jersey Attorney General Matthew Platkin issued a memorandum to all New Jersey police chiefs and directors informing them that law enforcement agencies “may not take any adverse action against any officers because they…

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