A selection of the need-to-know civil justice news for the week of June 25-July 1.


Discrimination Ruling in Raymours Seen as Having Strong Ripple Effect

Charles Toutant | New Jersey Law Journal

A crackdown by the Supreme Court of New Jersey on employers who shorten the two-year limitations period on discrimination claims is expected by some employment lawyers to have far-reaching impact.

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Illinois Man Says Teen’s Game of Ding Dong Ditch Caused Emotional Distress, Weight Loss, Financial Problems

Jason Silverstein | NY Daily News

An Illinois insurance agent has filed a $50,000 lawsuit against the family of a teen neighbor who allegedly rang his doorbell and ran away so many times the man suffered financial and health problems.

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$400M Class Action Claims Facebook Violates Consumer Law

William Gorta | Law360

A proposed class of Facebook users are accusing the social media giant of violating a New Jersey consumer protection law by not highlighting which of its terms of service do not apply in the state, according to a complaint removed to New Jersey federal court Friday.

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