The New Jersey Supreme Court just fixed a huge hole in New Jersey jurisprudence regarding the appropriate statute of limitations enacted into law by the Wage Theft Act of 2019. My colleague, Ian Gillen, has written an insightful article analyzing this decision. See the link to it below,

The Takeaway

This is a great victory for the employer community and corrects a distorted ruling by the Appellate Division. In the end, it may not matter all that much, because, as of August 2025, a plaintiff will be able to get the benefit of a full six-year period of recovery.

But every little bit helps…