Wrongful Discharge Claims
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We at Sheffet & Dvorin, PC also litigate employment law matters on behalf of both employers and employees. We have experience defending and prosecuting employment cases in both federal and state courts. We litigate cases for Wrongful Discharge. An employee is wrongfully discharged if they are terminated in violation of the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination (NJLAD) including due to pregnancy, as a result of sexual harassment, disability, religion, complaining about pay inequity, or as retaliation for objecting to employer practices violating NJLAD. If an employee is terminated for complaining about corporate conduct then their termination is also a wrongful discharge in violation of the New Jersey Conscientious Employee Protection Act (CEPA) the federal Whistleblower Act.
We at Sheffet & Dvorin, PC are proud to assist clients in enforcing those laws and securing fair treatment. If you have been wrongfully discharged then and treated unfairly in violation of any of New Jersey or federal law we encourage you to seek out our legal counsel. Federal and New Jersey employment laws and regulations generally require the employer to pay the employee’s attorney fees and costs in cases where the employer acts illegally. Therefore, you may be able to retain legal counsel on a contingency basis and/or at no out of pocket cost to you until the litigation ends.
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The employment law attorneys of Sheffet & Dvorin, PC will answer your questions and help you navigate the employment related laws of the United States and New Jersey. The firm offers a free consultation regarding all employment law matters. Contact us to learn more.