New Jersey Court Discusses Jurisdiction Over Defendant Companies in Employment Cases

Technological developments and expansions in the global workforce mean that now more than ever companies employ people in a remote capacity. When a remote employee experiences employment discrimination, it can be difficult to determine the proper jurisdiction for pursuing a claim against an employer. Recently, the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey discussed the requirements for a court to exercise specific or general personal jurisdiction over a defendant employer in a case involving a remote employee. If you are a remote employee living in New Jersey and are being discriminated against by your employer, you should seek the assistance of a skillful New Jersey employment discrimination attorney to help you pursue damages from your employer. Reportedly, the plaintiff was a resident of New Jersey who worked from her home for the defendant employer. The defendant employer is a wholly owned subsidiary of the defendant corporation. Both the defendant…

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