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    Point: White v. Starbucks: Doing One's Job is Not Whistle-Blowing

    May 11, 2012

    May, 2012 - New Jersey Labor And Employment Law Quarterly - The New Jersey Appellate Division recently affirmed the dismissal of a claim of retaliation under the Conscientious Employee Protection Act1 (CEPA), finding that the plaintiff did not engage in any protected activity when she reported violations of law to her supervisor and managers as part of her job responsibilities. The decision reaffirms the manifest and logical principle that doing one’s job does not amount to whistle-blowing pursuant to CEPA.

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    Tags: Jay S. Becker, Curtis G. Fox, Labor & Employment

    Posted in: Labor & Employment