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Building on a 2000 precedent, a Superior Court panel has held that for the purposes of an unpaid wages dispute, the employer carries the burden of establishing that a former employee’s wages were withheld in good faith.

Affirming now-President Judge C. Darnell Jones II of the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas, the judges in Thomas Jefferson University v. Wapner concluded that a separate Superior Court panel’s decision some six years ago in Hartman v. Baker should not be rejected.

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