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Category Archives: Employment Discrimination

#MeToo Movement Raises Workplace Issues

#MeToo Movement Raises Workplace Issues

The #MeToo movement has quickly brought issues of workplace gender discrimination and sexual harassment to the fore. Women across America are beginning to share their disturbing stories of unfair treatment and outright sexual assault. While the movement has drawn attention for the shockingly high number of included celebrity voices, gender discrimination and its related issues … Continue reading #MeToo Movement Raises Workplace Issues

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Do I Have a Discrimination Case?

Do I Have a Discrimination Case?

Discrimination in the workplace is regretfully common in the United States. In fact, according to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), there were nearly 90,000 charges of employment discrimination filed in 2015. Fortunately for workers, federal and state law prohibit employment discrimination and confer significant legal rights to employees who have been the victims of … Continue reading Do I Have a Discrimination Case?

Groundbreaking Verdict in School Board Case

Groundbreaking Verdict in School Board Case

With several years of litigation experience and expertise in discrimination, retaliation, and civil rights violations, I was able to successfully win a groundbreaking jury verdict for my client, that will send a message to public agencies and servants that political corruption and discrimination will not be tolerated. My client, a former custodian for the Elizabeth … Continue reading Groundbreaking Verdict in School Board Case

The Rule of Three in NJ Public Employment

The Rule of Three in NJ Public Employment

Employment discrimination can occur just as easily in the public sector as it can at private companies. Though discrimination can take place at any time, it often occurs during the hiring or promotion process. Less qualified applicants may be hired or promoted due to bias in the department. Such discrimination is unlawful in New Jersey … Continue reading The Rule of Three in NJ Public Employment

Pay Secrecy in the Workplace | Wage Discrimination

Pay Secrecy in the Workplace | Wage Discrimination

For many Americans, talking about your salary in the workplace can be an uncomfortable experience at best—but at worst; it can jeopardize your position within the company. If an employer takes actions against an employee for merely discussing their wages and preparing to fight for a higher salary, this can be seen as illegal in … Continue reading Pay Secrecy in the Workplace | Wage Discrimination