We have represented both employers and employees in various types of employment related lawsuits and non-litigation situations. Our well-rounded experience from both points of view have provided our clients, whether employees or employers, with effective and insightful employment law advice.

For example, we represent clients from all over the nation in New Jersey State and Federal Courts. We also represent clients before administrative agencies including New Jersey Division on Civil Rights, Merit Review Board, Wage and Hour Division, OSHA, EEOC, and the NLRB. We also represent clients in mediation and arbitration hearings.

We have represented both employees and employers in disputes involving discrimination and wrongful termination issues.

We also provide for businesses management and employee counseling, training seminars and workshops on every aspect of the employment process. Unique corporate programs can be developed to suit individual client needs. Available program topics include:

  • Cost Effective Performance Appraisals
  • Preventing Discrimination Litigation
  • Employee Discipline
  • Americans with Disabilities Act
  • Avoiding Sexual Harassment in the Workplace
  • Whistleblower Laws
  • Effective Interviewing / Recruiting
  • Avoiding Wrongful Termination Claims
  • Effective Managing and Manager Training
  • Drug and Alcohol Abuse and Testing
  • ACT Training on Preventing Unionization / Improving Communications
  • Dealing with various Difficult Employee Issues

We also prepare of Employee Handbooks and Personnel Policies to help protect companies and inform employees of their rights and obligations.

Employment Law articles & blog posts

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June 2018 – Issue 50 New Jersey’s New Equal Pay Act Extends Beyond the Workplace Open
November 2016 – Issue 44 Thousands More Workers Soon Eligible for Overtime Pay Open
July 2016 – Issue 43 New Overtime Rules To Shake Things Up Effective December 2016 Open
October 2015 – Issue 42 Employment Law: How to Onboard a New Employee Open
March 2015 – Issue 41 Avoiding Mistakes When Hiring Open