Discrimination

Employee Discrimination Lawyers Jersey City

Attorneys Fighting Against Employment Discrimination

Employers are prohibited by federal and state laws from discriminating against a person based on their sex, age, disability, race, color or national origin. Unfortunately, employers do not always follow these laws. This is simply wrong.

If you are a victim of workplace discrimination or retaliation, you have the right to file a claim and seek restitution for the wrong done to you. Contact an employee discrimination attorney at Krumholz Dillon, P.A., today.

Fighting for Employees for More Than Half a Century

At Krumholz Dillon P.A., we have been representing employees in Hudson County and throughout New Jersey since 1956. During our long history, we have built a reputation for success in handling cases involving:

  • Race discrimination
  • Age discrimination
  • Sex and gender discrimination
  • Wage discrimination
  • Pregnancy discrimination
  • Disability discrimination
  • Ethnic discrimination
  • National origin discrimination
  • Religious discrimination

Discrimination cases may be filed for violations of federal law, including the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA), and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act. They can also be filed under state law, including the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination. In some cases, it may be better to file under state law versus federal law because state law is more expansive, and vice versa. We will help determine the option that offers you the most beneficial outcome possible.

Discrimination Ruling in Raymours Seen as Having Strong Ripple Effect

A crackdown by the Supreme Court of New Jersey on employers who shorten the two-year limitations period on discrimination claims will have wide application, some employment lawyers say they expect.

The court's recent decision in Rodriguez v. Raymours Furniture Co. said the state's Law Against Discrimination (LAD) could not be contravened by a private agreement between an employer and employee. Setting deadlines for raising workplace discrimination claims to something less than the law allows is uncommon, but the June 15 ruling is worded broadly to permit its application in other workplace disputes and even in consumer contracts, according to some lawyers who have been closely watching the case. Read More

You Have Rights…Together We Can Protect Them

Protect your employment rights—call us toll free at (800) 760-0011 or (201) 656-5232 to schedule a initial consultation or contact an employee discrimination attorney directly by e-mail in Jersey City, New Jersey, today at krumholz@krumholzlaw.com.

Our law offices are conveniently located just two blocks from the Journal Square PATH station. All cases are handled on a contingency basis. You will pay no attorneys' fees unless we recover compensation in your case.

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