Lawyers argued before the New Jersey Supreme Court on Tuesday whether an employment contract limiting a worker’s right to sue a third party after an injury is enforceable.

Kenilworth-based Schering-Plough—through successor Merck & Co.—is asking the court to overturn an Appellate Division decision holding that summary judgment was properly denied in the case of a security guard who was injured at its facility and awarded $900,000.

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