New Jersey Employment Lawyers
At Mashel Law LLC., our New Jersey Employment Lawyers are passionate about protecting workers and enforcing employee rights throughout New Jersey. We fight to stop unlawful treatment on the job and aggressively pursue claims against employers in order to recover the damages and losses our clients have suffered. Our firm located in Marlboro, New Jersey is dedicated exclusively to protecting the rights of employees. Unlike other firms that practice law in a variety of areas, we practice in only one area – employment rights.
At Mashel Law LLC., we represent the legal interests of our clients with the highest degree of skill, enthusiasm, and dedication to obtain the best possible outcome in their case. We are not intimidated by the size, resources, or wealth of our client’s opponent. For the past 27 years
The New Jersey Law Against Discrimination, the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and numerous other state and federal laws specifically prohibit certain types of employment discrimination:
- Race discrimination
- Military service discrimination
- Gender discrimination
- Age discrimination
- Sexual orientation discrimination
- Pregnancy discrimination
- Transgender discrimination
- LGBT discrimination
- Sexual stereotype and gender role discrimination
- Perceived sexual orientation discrimination
- Disability discrimination and failure to accommodate
- Cellular and blood trait discrimination
- Ethnicity or national origin discrimination
- Whistleblower discrimination
- Religion or creed discrimination
- Familial status or civil union status discrimination
Discrimination can occur in any phase of employment, including job postings and hiring, compensation, job assignments, advancement, discipline and termination. Employment discrimination can be subtle. It is important to document the unequal treatment and a pattern of prejudiced language or actions. Discrimination can occur in any phase of employment, including job postings and hiring, compensation, job assignments, advancement, discipline and termination. In many cases, workplace discrimination and workplace harassment claims are intertwined. We will pursue all actions against employers.
If Mashel Law LLC. can prove your case, you may be entitled to damages such as back pay, front pay, emotional distress, punitive damages and attorney fees or remedies such as reinstatement or promotion. Do not hesitate to call to discuss your claim.
Areas of Practice
Employment law shapes the relationship between employees and employers by defining roles, responsibilities, requirements, and terms of interaction. Anything that is not specifically defined by a law or regulation is open to interpretation. NJ employment attorneys serve as the interpreters. When a legal issue is presented, they determine if it is specifically addressed in a law. If it is, they advise how it should be resolved. If it is not, they interpret existing laws to formulate a position. NJ employment lawyers have two main responsibilities:
- To uphold the law
- To protect the rights of a client
At Mashel Law LLC. we take seriously our responsibilities to uphold federal and state laws and protect our clients’ rights. Laws change constantly. New laws are enacted and existing laws are amended or repealed. In addition, court decisions at the federal level and in all states regularly alter how New Jersey law is interpreted and applied. As NJ employment law attorneys, we keep current on the changes in the law and how those changes affect our clients.
Practice specializations of our attorneys
When you hire the NJ employment law firm at Mashel Law LLC. you obtain a licensed employment attorney who specializes in multiple aspects of workplace law. As your employment lawyer, we research legal developments, investigate facts, prepare legal documents, give advice, and settle disputes. For more information, click on the practice area below that best matches your needs.
We fight against Workplace Discrimination
Mashel Law LLC. is here to protect your rights if you are facing discrimination or unjust retaliation because of your race, sex, age, pregnancy, national origin, ethnicity, religion, disability, or sexual preference. Our NJ employment law firm represents clients who have been:
- Sexually harassed
- Wrongfully discharged
- Forced to endure a hostile work environment
- Treated differently than others doing comparable work
- Fired or penalized because of whistle-blowing activities
- Fired or penalized for pursuing workers compensation benefits
- Denied the rights guaranteed by the Family and Medical Leave Act
We set your CLAIM in motion
Our New Jersey employment law attorneys listen to your story and—if you have a case—take prompt steps to set your claim in motion. We work in partnership with our clients to ensure their objectives are met in a timely manner. Do not hesitate to Contact Us delaying to do so may prejudice your rights.
We stand by you every step of the way
From the moment you step into our office until the final outcome of your case, we strive to keep you informed and involved. We know discrimination and retaliation is traumatic and mentally and emotionally draining. Our firm is prepared to devote the time and energy necessary to see that your claim is successful. We stand by your side.
Contact Our New Jersey State and Federal Employment Lawyers
Call (732) 536-6161 to contact Mashel Law LLC. today to speak to a skilled labor and New Jersey Employment Lawyer. Located in Marlboro Township (Monmouth County, NJ) just off Route 18, we represent clients throughout the state of New Jersey including but not limited to Mercer, Middlesex, Monmouth, and Ocean counties.
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