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Crivelli & Barbati Achieve Favorable Verdict for Five State Corrections Officers Sued for Civil Rights Violations

Posted in Public Employee Discipline
Following a two week trial presided by the Honorable Anne E. Thompson, USDJ, in the United States District Court, District of New Jersey, a jury of ten men and women unanimously returned a verdict of “No Cause of Liability” against three State Corrections Officers, a State Corrections Sergeant and a State Corrections Lieutenant.  In the suit… Continue Reading

NJ Public Unions Defend Mandatory Dues Challenged in U.S. Supreme Court

Posted in Public Employment Labor Law
As reported by NJ.com, New Jersey’s public labor unions leaders say they are intently watching a case before the U.S. Supreme Court that could strike down compulsory membership dues and threaten how they are funded.  The outcome is of major consequence in the Garden State and about 20 other states where public workers are required… Continue Reading

Morris County Freeholders Reject Sheriff’s Officers’ Bargaining Agreement That Was Negotiated and Signed by The Sherriff

Posted in Contract Interpretation, Contract Negotiations, Interest Arbitration, Public Employment Labor Law
As reported in the North Jersey News Publication, The Daily Record, Morris County Sheriff Edward V. Rochford has formally been advised by the freeholders and county administrator that a labor contract he privately negotiated with the Morris County Sheriff’s Officer’s union that provides a 20 percent (20%) increase in salaries over three years — is… Continue Reading

New Rules For Investigations Of NJ Police Debated

Posted in Internal Affairs, Public Employment Labor Law
As reported by NJ.com, state lawmakers are pushing dueling proposals to rebuild the public’ trust of investigations into police misconduct as racial tensions continue to flare in Ferguson, Mo., where two police officers were shot and seriously injured.  A State Senate panel discussed a bill that would require special prosecutors to be appointed any time… Continue Reading

Open Letter from NJ State PBA President Patrick Colligan on the Recent Unrest Against Police

Posted in Uncategorized
Given the unrest that has erupted throughout our country in response to two Grand Jury decisions that failed to return True Bill’s of Indictment, we came across this letter from PBA President Patrick Colligan that offers an opinion from the perspective of a law enforcement officer.  Given our audience is New Jersey Public Safety Officers, we… Continue Reading
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