Here's a case that the US Supreme Court has agreed to hear in the Fall. It's another that deals primarily with technical matters of procedure. (It involves the validity of the plaintiffs' filing of an administrative charge with the EEOC. Such a filing is a prerequisite to bringing a lawsuit under federal anti-discrimination laws.)
Whatever the Supreme Court eventually decides, it will have little effect in New Jersey. Experience tells us that most discrimination cases in New Jersey are filed under the NJ Law Against Discrimination — commonly known as the LAD — because its remedies usually are more favorable to plaintiffs and it does not have a requirement that plaintiffs first file with an administrative agency. Thus, the LAD usually is a better choice for plaintiffs than similar federal statutes.