When New Jersey tap water takes on a nasty smell or taste, it's never a good sign. It's especially bad when a city has paid for a new treatment facility to avoid such issues. In Salem, the municipal government officials have had enough of consistent nasty water problems and are now making breach of contract claims against the water treatment system's designers. It's not clear if the breach of contract claim extends to the installers of the system that's apparently causing the unpleasant water.
The role of a volunteer firefighter can be challenging and dangerous. What isn't needed is the worry of sexual harassment. Yet that's what one New Jersey female firefighter is claiming against the township in which she volunteered. Her sexual harassment case alleges that she was mistreated and was subsequently fired when she blew the whistle on the purported offender.
When people think about sexual harassment in New Jersey, many may automatically think of a power-hungry male boss hitting on a female subordinate in the workplace. This is because many sexual harassment complaints are filed by women. Reportedly, however, an increasing number of men are complaining about being taken advantage in the workplace.
When corporations or individuals enter into a written contract, it is crucial that all parties involved follow the outlined terms of said contract. When these terms are violated, a company is at risk of having a lawsuit filed against it in a New Jersey court. This could result in millions of dollars of damages being paid to the other party or parties that suffered due to the breach of contract claims.