The New Jersey Supreme Court’s Appellate Division last year decided to revive a whistleblower lawsuit against Johnson & Johnson’s Ethicon unit, triggering a backlash from state business groups who argue that the case effectively would allow employees in watchdog positions to file improper whistleblower lawsuits. Law360 reports that the New Jersey Business & Industry Association and the New Jersey Civil Justice Institute filed a brief June 2 urging the high court to overturn the Appellate court’s decision. They are the latest tort-reform minded groups to push back against the decision, saying that it improperly broadens the state’s whistleblower law by ... Read More
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