Employment Law Attorney Princeton NJ
It is traumatic to return every day to a job where you encounter discrimination or harassment. Many companies not only tolerate but also foster hostile work environments and discriminatory behavior by coworkers, supervisors, and managers. An employee who is targeted by such behavior can suffer economic losses and even serious psychological distress. An experienced employment lawyer can address these issues and pursue legal remedies. At Hanan M Isaacs in Kingston, our attorneys provide clients with skillful legal representation and emotional support during the difficult process of employment negotiations, mediation, arbitration or litigation.
Employment Law Attorney in Princeton NJ
New Jersey And Federal Employment Law
Our lawyers regularly appear in New Jersey state and federal tribunals to assert, protect, and defend the civil rights of employees, handling Title VII matters before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and the New Jersey Federal District Court, as well as matters under New Jersey’s Law Against Discrimination (LAD) before the Superior Court – Law Division.
We handle cases and controversies such as the following:
- Reasonable Accommodations for disabilities
- Bullying in the workplace
- EEOC complaints
- ERISA claims regarding denial of insurance benefit claims
- Employee investigations, including claims of bad faith
- Employment arbitration and mediation
- Employment disciplinary actions, representing employees at administrative hearing regarding alleged misconduct, temporary suspensions, termination and other actions
- Employment discrimination, basing hiring decisions and treatment of employees on age, sex, ethnic origin, race, religion or sexual orientation
- Family & Medical Leave Act
- Federal government workers cases
- Hostile work environment
- Sexual harassment, including creation of a hostile work environment
- Unlawful affirmative action
- Whistleblower claims, such as those filed under New Jersey’s Conscientious Employee Protection Act
- Workplace retaliation
- Wrongful termination, including claims based upon the employer’s wrongful discharge of an employee, breach of an employment contract, or a violation of basic fairness principles; also refers to discriminatory discharge based on an employee’s age, disability, or other protected status, or in retaliation for filing a claim or reporting suspected illegal behavior.
Do you have a claim under state or federal employment law?
If you feel that your employer’s behavior is unlawful, you may be entitled to damages for economic losses, emotional distress and possibly punitive damages. If you would like to speak with a lawyer about our employment law practice, please contact our Kingston 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.
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- Becker v. ABZ Group, Inc. (2014)
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- George Rafferty v. XYZ Insurance Company (2011)
- James Stultz v. A-Z Administration Co. (2011)
- Sharon Blakely v. ABC School (2010)
- John Doe v. American Water Company (2007)
- John Jones v. Congoleum Corporation (2009)
- Michael Ryan v. FAA/DOT (2004)
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