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New Jersey Employment Litigation Attorneys

Resolving Disputes Between Employers and Employees

One of the most heavily contested issues businesses face today is employer-employee relationships. There is a fine line between an employer's right to run its business — either poorly or well — and a violation of a worker's legal rights. If you anticipate or are involved in an employment dispute, you need a Bergen County employment disputes lawyer who can help guide you to a positive solution.

At the law firm of Kates Nussman Rapone Ellis & Farhi, LLP, in Hackensack, New Jersey, and New York City, our employment law attorneys represent both employers and employees throughout northern New Jersey, including Bergen County, Hudson County, Passaic County, Essex County and Union County and the five boroughs of metropolitan New York. With almost 100 years of service, our law firm has a reputation for positive results for our clients. We are prepared to take the necessary steps to ensure that your problem is resolved in a timely and cost-effective manner, so you can move forward into the future with confidence.

The Right Way to Handle Your Employment Law Matters

We represent clients involved in various employment disputes, including:

  • Justified or wrongful termination
  • Sexual harassment and discrimination claims
  • Age, race and disability discrimination claims
  • Employment contract disputes
  • Civil rights issues
  • Improper or proper discipline or suspension
  • Criminal activity
  • Charges of insubordination

Whether your employer is not respecting your current medical condition or you are dealing with a problematic employee, there is always a right way and wrong way to handle these issues. If you have been terminated, our New York and New Jersey employment litigation lawyers can also review and negotiate the benefits presented in your severance agreement.

Contact Our Hackensack Employee Dispute Lawyers ∙ Call 201-488-7211

If you have been wrongfully terminated or need legal advice involving an employment dispute, we want to help you protect your interests. Schedule an initial consultation with a New York City and Hackensack employee disputes attorney by calling or e-mailing us today.

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Kates Nussman Rapone Ellis & Farhi, LLP
190 Moore Street, Suite 306
Hackensack, NJ 07601
Phone: 201-488-7211
Fax: 201-488-1210
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