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Suing Your Employer in NJ? Maybe not...

August 9, 2012

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We <a href=";t=699">previously reported</a> on <em>Kenneth Van Dunk , Sr. and Deborah Van Dunk vs. Reckson Associates, et al. </em>in which the Appellate Division allowed an employee suit to go forward against an employer on the grounds of an intentional wrong.  The NJ Supreme Court has now <a href="">reversed</a> the Appellate Division.  The Supreme Court held that plaintiff failed to establish sufficient evidence of the employer's commission of an intentional wrong and thus, as a matter of law, the workers' compensation law barred the lawsuit.
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