Employment Law in Middlesex County, NJ
Being discriminated against or facing other illegal treatment in the workplace can be extremely stressful. Our New Jersey employment law attorneys are dedicated to alleviating the stress that clients feel concerning workplace discrimination.
We have handled employment discrimination cases for decades and have been successful in compensating employees for the damage caused by workplace discrimination and the retaliation that often follows.
The New Jersey Law Against Discrimination (NJLAD) lists a number of classes protected against workplace discrimination. Employees are protected from discrimination based on their:
- National Origin
- Sex Gender Identity or Expression
- Military Service
- Affectional or Sexual Orientation
- Family Status
Additionally, the Federal government has laws in place that protect individuals from employment discrimination. Under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, it is unlawful to discriminate against individuals in a protected class or to retaliate against an employee as a result of his/her complaints of discrimination.
Attorneys for Employment Law in Middlesex County
Our attorneys focus on employment law cases in New Jersey. For cases in north-central New Jersey, the attorneys at Console Mattiacci Law, LLC represent clients in Middlesex County, the second-most populous county in New Jersey.
As part of the New York metropolitan area, the county seat of Middlesex County is New Brunswick. Middlesex County holds the nickname, "The Greatest County in the Land.”
We represent clients throughout the county including the East Brunswick Township which is located just east of the New Jersey Turnpike. Our attorneys fight for workers throughout Middlesex County and the adjacent counties of Somerset County, Mercer County, Monmouth County and Union County.
Biggest Employers in Middlesex County, NJ
The biggest employers in Middlesex County include:
- Bristol-Myers Squibb
- Rutgers University
- Johnson & Johnson
- Merrill Lynch & Company
- Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital
- Prudential Insurance Company
- St. Peter's University Hospital
- Silverline Building Products
- Telcordia Technologies
- Raritan Bay Medical Center
- JFK Medical Center
- United Parcel Service
- Amerada Hess Corporation
- Home Depot
- Dow Jones & Company
- Siemens AG
Finding a Lawyer for Employment Law in New Brunswick, NJ
We have handled employment discrimination and retaliation cases for decades and understand the extreme harm that results from such unlawful conduct. Having an experienced employment attorney can help to recover compensation for that harm.
For the best result in your employment law case in Middlesex County, NY, contact an attorney as soon as possible. With offices in Mooretown, NJ, we represent clients employed in the largest cities in Middlesex County including the city of New Brunswick, Perth Amboy, and South Amboy.
If you or someone you know has been subjected to workplace discrimination or retaliation, then contact our employment law attorneys.
Call for a free consultation with an employment law attorney helping employees in New Brunswick, NJ, and the surrounding areas. We fight for the rights of employees in discrimination claims and whistleblower actions. With offices in Philadelphia, PA, and Moorestown, NJ, we are here to help.
Call 215-545-7676 today.
This article was last updated on Friday, May 4, 2018.
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