Workplace Retaliation Attorney in Central New Jersey
Representing Employees in Retaliation Claims
Employment and labor laws were put in place to protect employees from mistreatment in the workplace. Sometimes when employees stand up for the rights guaranteed by these laws, they become victims of workplace retaliation.
Workplace retaliation is an action taken by your employer to punish you for asserting your employee rights or reporting illegal conduct. Whether the retaliatory actions involve demotion, harassment or termination, they are illegal.
At Hanan M Isaacs in Kingston, New Jersey, our attorneys have the skill, knowledge and experience to help employees take a stand against workplace retaliation. No matter the size of your employer, we are fully prepared to protect your rights.
Please contact us at 609-683-7400 toll-free to arrange a consultation.
“When you are in a situation where you need an attorney to handle your case, finding the right attorney is the most important thing. Hanan was the right lawyer for me.” – Susan
The Law Protects You From Workplace Retaliation
Both New Jersey and federal law protect employees who assert their employee rights or report illegal conduct by their employer. Over the last 30 years, we have successfully represented employees who have suffered workplace retaliation in relation to:
- Sexual harassment
- Wrongful termination
- Whistleblower law violations
- Family and Medical Leave Act violations
- Affirmative action violations
- Employment law
- Disciplinary actions
- Alternative dispute resolution
- Employment discrimination
Contact Hanan M Isaacs
If you feel that your employer has taken retaliatory actions against you, including threats and intimidation, failure to promote or termination, you may be entitled to damages for economic losses, emotional distress and punitive damages.
Please contact our Somerset County law office at 609-683-7400 to arrange consultation. We accept credit cards and offer general appointments from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Monday to Friday, or pre-arranged evening appointment times.
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- George Rafferty v. XYZ Insurance Company (2011)
- Sharon Blakely v. ABC School (2010)
- John Jones v. Congoleum Corporation (2009)
- Michael Ryan v. FAA/DOT (2004)
- Hunter v. Realty Experts, LLC. (2014)