Hudson County, New Jersey Civil Rights Lawyers
As one of the most dynamic firms in the New Jersey/New York Metropolitan Region, we provide a broad range of services to a diverse group of clients. We support and advance our clients' initiatives through innovative solutions to complex legal problems. Scarinci Hollenbeck is a full service, general practice law firm that provides a broad range of legal services to a diverse group of clients. Our principal areas of practice include Business Law, Real Estate Law, Environmental and Land Use Law, Labor and Employment Law, Litigation, Insurance Law and Public Law. We are also experienced in a number of specialty areas...
Practice devoted exclusively to criminal defense (and selected civil rights police brutality cases) in state courts in New Jersey and every federal district court in the United States. An experienced trial and appellate attorney who has handled hundreds of cases to conclusion, with a high percentage resulting in not guilty jury verdicts after trial, or dismissals, or pleas favorable to the defendant, for the last 22 years. Attorney has argued successfully and won before the New Jersey Supreme Court.
Mark has almost 30 years experience in personal injury and litigation. While a student, he was a paralegal in his father's law office. After law school, Mark worked on Wall Street at one of the oldest and most prestigious law firms, Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft. Later, he joined the family personal injury practice where he enjoys hands-on, close contact with his clients. --Mark lives in North Jersey with his beautiful wife, their three wonderful sons, and their friendly dog, Atticus.
Jonathan I. Nirenberg is an employment lawyer who represents employees in New Jersey and New York who have issues relating to employment discrimination, workplace harassment, retaliation, employment contracts, severance agreements, non-compete agreements, and other employment law disputes.
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Mark Lurie has over 20 years as a practicing attorney. The firm represents individuals in employment disputes, including litigating discrimination, harassment, retaliation, whistleblower, compensation/bonus/wage claims, and other employment-related disputes. We also represent employers in proactive measures to mitigate litigation risk, including preparation of policies and procedures, training and investigations. Mark also mediates employment disputes, and is included on the roster of New Jersey civil court-approved mediators as a R.1:40 qualified mediator. The firms also represents pharmaceutical, medical device and other healthcare entities on compliance-related issues. We help to identify risk, set up compliance programs, prepare policies, provide training, monitor...
Stacey Selem-Antonucci is an experienced and compassionate advocate for individuals who have suffered injury through the negligence or carelessness of another or suffered an injustice by wrongful termination or discrimination. Before opening her own law firm, Stacey was a partner and senior trial attorney with a law firm in Elizabeth New Jersey, concentrating primarily on personal injury matters, workplace injuries and employment discrimination. For the first 10 years of her legal career, Stacey defended against injury claims as trial counsel for various insurance companies, which experience has given her a unique...
We fight for employees who have been subjected to employment/workplace discrimination, harassment, retaliation, medical leave violations, failure to pay wages, failure to pay overtime, and wrongful terminations. We serve employees in New York City, New York State and in New Jersey. As an African American/Black woman, attorney Laurie E. Morrison has first-hand experience with discrimination, harassment and other unlawful workplace abuse, and she fights for each and every one of her clients.
(212) 721-4051 100 Church Street, Suite 801
New York, NY 10007
New York, NY 10007
Matthew Stoloff, Esq. looks forward to working on matters involving: *Employee benefit plans under ERISA (Employee Retirement Income Security Act). *Employees who have been harassed or discriminated against on the basis of disability, age, race, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, religion, and/or national origin. *Employees who have signed a non-compete ("non-competition") clause as a condition of employment. *K-12 students who have special needs and have been denied a free and appropriate education under the IDEA (Individuals with Disabilities in Education Act). *College students who have been denied accommodations and modifications under the Americans with Disabilities...