Front row right to left: Joseph Nuccio, Nitin Sharma, Thomas Linthorst, Richard Rosenblatt, Michelle Silverman, Rudy Burshnic. Back row left to right:Jason Ranjo, Emily DeSmedt, Jim Walsh, August Heckman, Jake Goodman, Valerie Curry. (Carmen Natale)
In 2016, the New Jersey contingent of Morgan, Lewis & Bockius’ labor and employment practice, based in Princeton, handled complex and class litigation involving whistleblower, discrimination, wage-and-hour and retirement-benefits claims. One victory, at the summary judgment stage, came on behalf of Amazon in a putative class action claiming workers were wrongly denied pay for security screening time. The team is representing Amazon in another pending wage-and-hour matter, too. Also, on remand in the long-running “Borgata Babes” case, the Morgan Lewis group re-briefed a summary judgment motion, and prevailed.
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