Judge Nixes Trade Group on New Jersey Public Procurement Act


By Jeannie O’Sullivan (Nov. 1, 2021, 3:36 p.m. EDT) – The New Jersey federal judge dismissed a trade organization’s challenge to a state law that required participation in apprenticeship programs through public tenders on the grounds that if this is not the case, his allegation that the law violates the US Constitution.

The New Jersey Electronic Life Safety Security Association had invoked the right to be free from laws that interfere with the performance of a contract. However, the association did not point to any provision in the compulsory education that makes it impossible for its members to fulfill their existing contracts, U.S. District Judge Freda Wolfson said in her ruling on Friday in favor of the New Jersey Department of Labor and …

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