The New Jersey Supreme Court last week was asked to put a limit on the ability of a fired employee to sue for discrimination based on the employer’s post-discharge conduct.

The justices heard an employer’s appeal from an Appellate Division ruling last year that allowed such suit to go forward against a Moonachie, N.J., food distributor, despite the fact that the alleged post-discharge misconduct was ultimately resolved in the plaintiffs’ favor.

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