Lawyers argued before the New Jersey Supreme Court on Dec. 1 over whether a town’s rescue squad violated the state’s Law Against Discrimination when it allegedly fired one of its employees because he was about to get a divorce.
The case involves a 17-year veteran of the Millville Rescue Squad, Robert Smith, who alleged in a complaint that he was fired after he informed his superior that there was no chance of reconciliation with his wife. Miller claimed he was told that he was being fired because the divorce would be “ugly.”
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