Central New Jersey Whistleblower Lawyer
If you have been fired or subject to a disciplinary action for reporting illegal acts committed by your employer or fellow employees, you have rights. New Jersey law protects whistleblowers, and provides you with a means to get your job back or obtain compensation for economic and emotional losses you have suffered.
Hanan M Isaacs strongly advocates for employees who report employer misconduct. We use the law to help whistleblowing employees obtain compensation and justice for the wrongs done to them.
Call 866.959.3786 or send us an e-mail to arrange for a consultation about a whistleblower case.
“Mr. Isaacs’ professionalism, knowledge, and warmth was radiant. He gave honest legal advice, was focused, and made clear recommendations in understandable terms. He went above-and-beyond for me.” – Jasmine
New Jersey’s Conscientious Employee Protection Act
The State of New Jersey has enacted what is perhaps the strongest whistleblower statute in the nation. The Conscientious Employee Protection Act (CEPA) enables whistleblowers to obtain possible reinstatement in their positions, compensation for back pay, future pay, benefits, emotional suffering, attorneys fees, and in some cases, punitive damages.
While work improper disposal of hazardous waste, or another type of illegal act. You should feel free to report this behavior to the proper authorities without fear.
If you do report an illegal act and are subsequently fired or disciplined by your employer, Hanan M Isaacs will use the law to obtain reinstatement or compensation for you.
Building a Strong and Persuasive Case
Our lawyers have represented numerous employees in employment law cases and whistleblower claims. We understand the law and how to use the legal system to get results for our clients. We will work to build a strong and persuasive whistleblower claim that achieves your goals and obtains justice for you.
Working at any job requires you to compromise your ideals to some degree. But no one should have to tolerate corruption or law breaking on the part of their employer. Hanan M. Isaacs, P.C will represent you with passion, dedication and professionalism.
If you have been fired or disciplined for reporting employer misconduct, please contact our Somerset County office to arrange a consultation. We accept credit cards and offer general appointments from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Monday to Friday, plus evening appointments during the week by pre-arrangement only.