NJLADNew Jersey Law Against Discrimination
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Part of Conoshenti's petition for rehearing stems from what Resnick thinks is the Third Circuit's misinterpretation of the NJLAD, which allows employers to fire disabled employees who cannot "presently perform" their jobs with reasonable accommodation.
Rather, it would have excused Conoshenti from present performance contrary to the explicit requirements of the NJLAD regulation.
Under both the ADEA and the NJLAD [New Jersey Law Against Discrimination], a plaintiff may meet his or her burden by (1) presenting direct evidence of discrimination that meets the requirements of Justice O'Connor's concurring opinion in Price Waterhouse v.