Labor/Employment Law

Monmouth County NJ Employment Law Attorneys

Monmouth County NJ Employment Law AttorneysIf you have lost your job unfairly or if you are being treated unfairly at your place of employment, you may have a case against your employer for any number of laws that are designed to protect you, the employee. Although most of us are at-will employees, it is important to consult with an attorney to determine if your rights as an employee have been violated.

Every case is different. Please contact us immediately, either online or by telephone at 732-440-3950 to schedule a consultation with a skilled, determined attorney who may help you.

New Jersey Employment Law Matters

Some examples of employment cases that we often handle include:

  • Retaliation, whistleblower claims
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Wrongful termination
  • Defamation
  • Employment contracts
  • Noncompete agreements
  • Wage and hour disputes
  • Severance agreements
  • Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Violations
  • Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) claims
  • Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) cases
  • Employment discrimination
  • Age
  • Disability
  • National origin
  • Pregnancy
  • Race
  • Religion
  • Gender
  • Sexual orientation

Ocean County NJ Employment Lawyers

Various rights and protections are afforded to employees by the Family and Medical Leave Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act and similar state laws as well, such as the Law Against Discrimination. Experienced attorneys can tell you if you have been denied any of your rights under these laws.

You may have been discriminated against, blatantly or less obviously, and you deserve justice. If a company layoff includes a disproportionate number of people in a protected class, such as above a particular age or one particular gender, you may have a discrimination claim against your former employer. Have you been sexually harassed or been treated inappropriately at work in a way that is perceived as sexual? Depending upon the specific circumstances of your situation, you may have a claim.

If you have a contract (oral or written), employee handbook or manual, or a collective bargaining agreement, these must be reviewed as they may afford you significant protections.

The courts are expanding the protections to which employees are entitled under the Conscientious Employee Protection Act and the Law Against Discrimination. It is critical to consult with an attorney to assess what constitutes protected conduct under these acts and who is eligible for those protections. Our attorneys are waiting for your call and ready to help you.

For more information, read a few of our firm’s employment law articles: