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Family Law Keyed to Weisberg
Smith v. Millville Rescue Squad
Citation:139 A.3d 1 (N.J. 2016)
Plaintiff was working with MRS and began an extramarital affair with an MRS volunteer who was supervised directly by plaintiff. Plaintiff’s wife learned of the affair and reported it to plaintiff’s direct supervisor. The MRS volunteer left MRS but continued the affair with plaintiff, which led to irreconcilable discord between plaintiff and his wife. Plaintiff informed his direct supervisor of the state of his marriage. A year later, plaintiff was terminated from his position, allegedly for “poor work performance” although he had never been subject to formal discipline during his employment.
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