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Posts from March 2016.

Employer wellness programs are intended to encourage healthier lifestyles or prevent disease among workers.  These programs oftentimes use health risk assessments and biometric screenings to help determine a worker’s health risk factors, like body weight, cholesterol and blood ...

A recent decision from the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals denied a citizens’ group claim that a municipality’s use of road salt during winter weather events constitutes solid waste disposal under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (“RCRA”). 

The court held that the road salt ...

Effective today, March 2, employers in the City of Elizabeth, New Jersey will need to comply with a paid sick leave ordinance.  The ordinance is designed to provide those working for an employer located in Elizabeth with paid sick leave from their jobs.  It is similar to the ordinances passed in ...

The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) recently reinforced its position on the May 2016 deadline to complete the remedial investigation of cleanup sites for cases open since 1999 or earlier. In anticipation of this deadline, the NJDEP also published earlier ...

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