Madison, New Jersey Employment Lawyers
John Schmidt, Jr. concentrates his practiced in the areas of employment litigation (including whistleblower claims, discrimination, breach of contract, wrongful discharge, and violation of restrictive covenant matters), traditional labor matters, and general corporate and commercial litigation.
James Estabrook has devoted most of his thirty years with the firm attending to the legal requirements of privately held businesses. Jim has developed several areas of emphasis including federal and state estate and gift taxation, ERISA and employee benefits law.
Mr. Aiello has been engaged in litigation throughout his entire career that began in 1983. He has been honored with the top 100 trial attorney award in New Jersey by the national trial lawyers. He has achieved a 10.0 superb rating by Avvo a leading lawyer rating agency. His firm has been awarded a 5.0 out of 5.0 rating by Martindale Hubbell another leading lawyer rating group. He has appeared in dozens of televised, print and internet media including: New York Post, New York Daily News, the Newark Star-Ledger, the Bergen Record, the Philadelphia Inquirer, NJ.com, News 12 New Jersey,...
Stacey Edelbaum Boretz, concentrates her practice in Employment Law and Commercial Litigation. She is a seasoned litigator with over 27 years of experience in New York and New Jersey courts, as well as the Appellate Courts of both States in addition to the Federal Courts of Appeals.
Kathleen Connelly concentrates her practice in Employment Law. She has more than 20 years of experience representing employers and individual members of management in both the private and public sectors in preventative counseling, litigation defense and dispute resolution, workplace investigations, employee handbooks, policies and training.
Steven Backfisch has more than thirty years of experience, he regularly handles all types of civil litigation including employment discrimination claims on behalf of employers, defense of civil rights claims, catastrophic personal injury claims, and product liability claims on behalf of defendants. He regularly represents clients in civil litigation in the Superior Court of New Jersey, the United States District Courts in New Jersey and New York, and in the state and federal appellate courts.
Sergio Simoes has significant experience in appellate practice before the Supreme Court of New Jersey and the Appellate Division of the Superior Court of New Jersey. He also concentrates his practice in Employment Law and Residential Real Estate.
Peter Burke has litigated and tried a wide variety of civil cases in the state and federal courts in New Jersey and New York. The range of cases includes, but is not limited to, corporate and commercial disputes, intracompany disputes among shareholders or partners, will contests, discrimination claims, products liability and warranty claims, franchise disputes, defense of fire insurance claims and labor matters.
Tom practices labor and employment law throughout the entire state of NJ. He handles employment law cases involving violations of state and federal Labor Laws. He represents employees who has suffered harassment, discrimination, sexual harassment, been denied overtime pay, been wrongfully discharged or had their employment law rights violated.
Cindi Brandt and Lynda Baydin represent employees in all areas of employment and labor law, including claims for wrongful termination, harassment, hostile work environment, whistleblowers, unemployment, and discrimination (age, sex, religion, race, nationality, national origin, pregnancy, disability, handicap). The experienced labor lawyers also negotiate severance packages and employment contracts. In addition, the attorneys counsel businesses on employment matters, including drafting contracts, investigations, legal compliance and handbooks.
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...