Fort Lee Employment Law Attorneys
Are you an employer reconsidering your employment practices and policies or wondering whether they need to be revised? Are you an employee concerned with your rights under New Jersey employment law?
Contact our Bergen County employment, employment discrimination and wrongful termination lawyers to discuss your concerns.
Employer Responsibilities Under New Jersey Employment Law
The attorneys at Kaufman, Semeraro & Leibman, LLP, in Fort Lee advise and represent employers in matters such as the following:
- Employee handbook drafting and training implementation
- Hiring and firing, promotions and demotions
- Workplace injuries and safety regulations
- ADA compliance
- Discrimination prevention, complaints and claims
- Noncompete agreements and trade secret protection
- Harassment prevention, complaints and claims (including sexual harassment)
Employers have a duty to follow relevant and applicable rules, laws and regulations governing employment. These directives may be found in federal, state or local statutes, in union or professional rules, and in case law (previous court decisions). Prudent employers seek sound legal advice at times like these:
- When a business is first established
- When a business undergoes structural changes such as changing of the guard, expansion, mergers or acquisitions
- When extensive hiring or layoffs are expected in the near future
- Periodically, since employment laws change frequently
Defending Employee Rights
Our New Jersey employment law attorneys also represent employees in:
- Wage and hour claims
- FMLA (Family Medical Leave Act)
- Wrongful discharge/wrongful termination
- Retaliation in violation of New Jersey or federal law
- Whistleblower claims
- Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)
- Defense of hostile work environment
- Discrimination issues based on disability, gender, age, race, religion or sexual orientation
- Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)
- Next to Whistle Blower claims, add in parenthesis (Conscientious Employee Protection Act) – and – whistle blower is 2 separate words, both capitalized
Experienced, Strong Employment Law Representation
Our experience representing both employers and employees enhances our ability to advise and advocate on behalf of any client with employment law concerns. We are widely recognized as having experience and success in this area of the law. Evidence of this recognition comes in the form of referrals from other attorneys. We are proud of our strong reputation in Bergen County and beyond — among our former clients, our legal peers and judges.
Contact our employee discrimination lawyers in Bergen County, New Jersey, to schedule a consultation regarding any employment law matter in New Jersey.