When an employee sues, what law applies when they’ve worked in two states?

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I read a recent NJ federal court decision where a plaintiff began working for the defendant in New Jersey but later requested and received a transfer to Pennsylvania.

And that’s when things went awry.

The plaintiff alleged that, at an operation leadership meeting, he was “the target of several discriminatory comments relating to his age,” which he reported to HR. According to the plaintiff, the defendant treated him worse after complaining to HR.

Later, in the plaintiff’s first annual performance review meeting since reporting

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