Ask New Jersey class action practitioners what’s keeping them busy, and the answers of course will vary. But one topic comes up consistently: wage-and-hour litigation.

That area, both in state and federal court, “has never been busier,” and it has sustained a high level of activity for three years or more, according to Christine Amalfe, who chairs the employment and labor law group at Gibbons in Newark.

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