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Kaye v. Rosefielde, No. A-93-13 (Sept. 22, 2015)

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New Jersey Supreme Court Establishes Test for Compensation Disgorgement When Employee Breaches Duty of Loyalty

Ogletree Deakins • December 30, 2015
The New Jersey Supreme Court has held that a court may order the disgorgement of an employee's compensation when the employee has breached his or her duty of loyalty to the employer—even if the employer has not sustained economic loss as a consequence of that breach.

New Jersey High Court Clarifies Disgorgement as Remedy for Breach of Duty of Loyalty

Jackson Lewis P.C. • October 05, 2015
The absence of actual economic loss to an employer as a result of an employee’s breach of the duty of loyalty does not preclude the employer from being awarded the equitable remedy of disgorgement, a unanimous New Jersey Supreme Court has ruled. Kaye v. Rosefielde, No. A-93-13 (Sept. 22, 2015).

New Jersey High Court Clarifies Disgorgement as Remedy for Breach of Duty of Loyalty

Jackson Lewis P.C. • October 01, 2015
The absence of actual economic loss to an employer as a result of an employee’s breach of the duty of loyalty does not preclude the employer from being awarded the equitable remedy of disgorgement, a unanimous New Jersey Supreme Court has ruled. Kaye v. Rosefielde, No. A-93-13 (Sept. 22, 2015).