An appellate panel upheld the denial of the New Jersey Realtors’ motion to intervene in a putative class action claiming agents were misclassified as independent contractors by Weichert.

“Having reviewed NJR’s arguments in light of the record and applicable principles of law, we conclude that NJR does not satisfy standing as prescribed by Rule 4:33-3; nor does it meet all four requirements for intervening of right,” wrote the panel of Appellate Division Judges Carmen Messano, Mitchel Ostrer and Ronald Susswein in Kennedy v. Weichert.

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