Justices to Consider $2M Fee Award Reversal in CEPA Case

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The New Jersey Supreme Court has agreed to determine whether Princeton-based Heartland Payment Systems will be allowed to collect more than $2 million in counsel fees after it successfully fought an ex-employee's whistleblower and breach-of-contract lawsuit.

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