Preventive Law for Employers

Kiernan’s Corner

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New Tax Law Quashes Deduction for Some Sexual Harassment Settlements

Jo Bennett, co-chair of the Labor and Employment Practices Group at Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis, LLP, has written an excellent blog post about yet another problem caused by the hastily-passed  2017 federal tax law: Confusion about the continued deducibility of sexual harassment settlement payments and related attorneys’ fees.  Check out […]

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10 Steps to Take When You Get a Discrimination Charge

Very good advice from the HR HeroLine on what to do when a NJDCR or EEOC charge comes your way.  Thanks to Susan Hartmus Hiser, Esq. for sharing her words of wisdom.

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What It’s Like When Your Employee Sues You

The always-reliable Jon Hyman, Esq. of the Ohio Employer’s Law Blog has good advice for employers facing litigation.  I commend you to Be careful  out there!

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Handy Summary of FMLA Documentation Requirements

Part of preventive law for employers is TCB–Taking Care of Business.  By that, I mean the simple compliance things that are in your control,  such as maintaining proper payroll records and having all the current federal and state posters properly displayed. To help you TCB, here’s a handy guide to FMLA […]

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Who is Ann Kiernan?

Ann Kiernan is an employment lawyer who has been practicing law in New Jersey for more than 30 years. She represents only employers and management and regularly provides management training companies big and small. Employment law is constantly changing, and Ann is familiar how these changes affect employers. To keep up-to-date and learn what issues are currently affecting businesses and employers in New Jersey, read the blog.

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Ann may be reached via telephone at 732-846-3201 and email.

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