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New Jersey Laws: Defamation, Slander and Libel by an Employer

There are two legal premises for filing defamation lawsuits: libel and slander. Some situations involve both slander and libel and filed as "defamation" lawsuits.

An employer may be sued if they tell lies about you and you are harmed as a result of those lies. In New Jersey, the statute of limitations for taking legal action in defamation lawsuits against an employer is...

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New Jersey Statute of Limitations on Filing Wrongful Termination Claims

In New Jersey there is a two-year statue of limitations for filing most tort and personal injury claims. Civil claims involving wrongful termination are tort claims that fall under the two-year limitation for injuries.

The statute of limitations for filing a wrongful termination complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is much shorter...

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Pennsylvania Laws: Defamation, Slander, Libel by an Employer

There are two legal premises for filing defamation lawsuits: libel and slander. Some situations involve both slander and libel and filed as "defamation" lawsuits.

An employer may be sued if they tell lies about you and you are harmed as a result of those lies. In Pennsylvania, the statute of limitations for taking legal action in defamation lawsuits against an employer is...

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Pennsylvania Statute of Limitations: Wrongful Termination Lawsuits

The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania has a two-year statue of limitations for filing most tort and personal injury claims. Civil claims involving wrongful termination are tort claims that fall under the two-year limitation for injuries.

The statute of limitations for filing a complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is much shorter...

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Pennsylvania Law: Statute of Limitations – Employment-Related Lawsuits

Title 42, Part VI, Chapter 55, Subchapter B covers the statute of limitations in Pennsylvania for sexual harassment and many other types of employment-related lawsuits...

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Pennsylvania Statute of Limitations on Sexual Harassment Claims

The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania has a two-year statue of limitations for filing most tort and personal injury claims. Civil claims involving sexual harassment, false imprisonment, and assault and battery (both of which the later are sometimes part of sexual harassment claims) are tort claims that fall under the two-year limitation for injuries.

The statute of limitations for filing a complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is much shorter...

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