CEPA

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AcronymDefinition
CEPACanadian Environmental Protection Act
CEPAComprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (trade agreement)
CEPACenter for Education Policy Analysis (various schools)
CEPACloser Economic Partnership Arrangement (Mainland China-Hong Kong)
CEPACenter for Policy Analysis (est. 1993; Ghana)
CEPAConscientious Employee Protection Act (New Jersey)
CEPACanadian Energy Pipeline Association
CEPAComisión Ejecutiva Portuaria Autónoma (Port Authority El Salvador)
CEPACommunication, Education and Public Awareness (biodiversity conservation)
CEPACalifornia Environmental Protection Agency
CEPACenter for Photographic Arts (Buffalo, NY)
CEPACenter for European Public Administration (Danube University Krems; Austria)
CEPACentre for Poverty Analysis (Sri Lanka)
CEPAConnecticut Environmental Protection Act
CEPACentro de Ecología y Pueblos Andinos (Center for Ecology and Andean Peoples, Bolivia)
CEPAColumbus External Payload Adapter (International Space Station)
CEPAConservation des Espèces et des Populations Animales
CEPACoast Electric Power Association (cooperative; Mississippi)
CEPACentro de Psicologia Aplicada (Portugese; Brazil)
CEPACoupled Electron Pair Approximation
CEPACenter for Environmental Public Advocacy (Slovak Republic)
CEPACertified Exit Planning Advisor (Exit Planning Institute)
CEPACenter for Exploratory and Perceptual Arts (Buffalo, NY)
CEPACertified Environmental Particulate Air, Inc. (Ontario, CA)
CEPACodeword Error Probability Analysis
CEPACertified Expert Packet Analyst (Lunarline School of Cybersecurity; various locations)
CEPACompañía Española de Penicilina y Antibióticos
CEPACleanroom Engineering Process Assistant
CEPACompendium of Environmental and Professional Acronyms
CEPACenter for Educational Performance and Accountability
CEPAControlul si Expertiza Produselor Alimentare (Romania)
CEPACommunicative English Proficiency Assessment
CEPACalifornia Employee Pharmacist Association
CEPACenter of Excellence for Physical Agents
CEPAConsumers Education and Protective Association International
CEPACalifornia Educational Placement Association
CEPACorps of Engineers Office of Public Affairs
CEPACentre for Environment and Population Activities (Nigeria)
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According to Law360, in a 7-1 vote, the jury awarded $1,816,040 to Guo on her state Conscientious Employee Protection Act claim.
The employee filed suit under the New Jersey Conscientious Employee Protection Act (CEPA) on the grounds that he was retaliated against for engaging in protected activity.
For example, the New Jersey Conscientious Employee Protection Act explicitly protects employees from employer retaliation for internally or externally reporting a company's illegal acts.
(83) Compare Conscientious Employee Protection Act, N.J.
Subsequently, she brought suit for unlaw ful termination alleging retaliatory discharge in violation of the Conscientious Employee Protection Act (CEPA ): defamation: tortious interference with contract, and disability discrimination in violation of New Jersey's Law Against Discrimination (LAD).
As a result, Arditi withdrew his claims against the company for violation of the New Jersey Conscientious Employee Protection Act, wrongful discharge, breach of contract, breach of the implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing, intentional infliction of emotional distress and defamation.
The Lazzara complaint, brought in Passaic County Superior Court in Paterson, N.J., seeks damages against the CU under the state's Conscientious Employee Protection Act, which shields employees "from retaliation from disclosure of unsafe working conditions to a supervisor or public body."
Their claims included : 1) 14th Amendment equal protection, alleging that the school officials had discriminated against the four boys as compared to other similarly situated students; 2) 14th Amendment due process, alleging that they had not received procedural rights; 3) First Amendment religion clauses, alleging that the administration had controlled and restricted their attendance at the baccalaureate service; 4) infliction of emotional distress on behalf of the parents, based on their sons' exclusion from the graduation ceremony; and 5) retaliation - under the First Amendment and New Jersey's Conscientious Employee Protection Act - on behalf of Mrs.
These advocates filed a grievance on behalf of the Mansfield Education Association, and they helped Kolb file a lawsuit under New Jersey's Conscientious Employee Protection Act. That law prohibits employers from retaliating against employees for providing information to a public body "conducting an investigation, hearing, or inquiry" into any employer violation of a law, administrative role, or regulation.
Roach filed suit against TRW, alleging, among other things, violations of New Jersey's Conscientious Employee Protection Act (CEPA).
Parker, on his claim of retaliation pursuant to the Conscientious Employee Protection Act...against defendants Atochem North America in the amount of $50,000.
Nurse Gerard brought suit against the long-term care facility, Geis, and other officials including at least one RN pursuant to the Conscientious Employee Protection Act (CEPA).