Employment Law

Price, Meese, Shulman & D’Arminio, PC has an established employment law department that is experienced in all facets of employment law, having represented many employers as well as employees in a multitude of settings, and in implementing policies and procedures to proactively avoid problems from developing. 

          New Jersey’s Law Against Discrimination[1], commonly known as the “LAD,” prohibits discrimination against New Jersey inhabitants because of race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, marital status, familial status, disability, military status or nationality in connection with matters of employment, public accommodation, public […]

           In any number of situations involving off-site premises employment, employers often require as a condition of employment that the employee agree to waive potential claims for personal injuries against the owner of the premises where the employee will be working.  Computer technicians, entertainers, security personnel and temporary help workers are […]

Many businesses, irrespective of size, seek to expand their workforce by contracting with “independent contractors” rather than growing by employee headcount. In addition to the increased flexibility that an “independent” business relationship may accommodate, companies may seek to grow or conduct business through the use or addition of independent contractors for more mundane reasons – […]

Employee wage compensation suits brought under the federal Fair Labor Standards Acti are proliferating, especially within the context of class or collective actions which are commenced on behalf of large numbers of similarly-situated employees. These claims must be defended vigorously by public and private sector employers because of their potential exposure to substantial damage awards, […]