Advancing and Protecting the Interests of Employees and Entrepreneurs

Rabner Allcorn Baumgart & Ben-Asher, P.C. distinguishes itself by providing sophisticated, yet personal, legal representation to employees who have been subjected to unlawful discrimination, whistleblower retaliation and sexual harassment at work or who have other employment-related issues. Founded in 1977, the firm is comprised of attorneys who represent employees who have been wrongfully discharged, whether by closely held businesses or Fortune 500 companies.

The attorneys in our entrepreneurial practice provide innovative and strategic guidance to the firm’s clients who are seeking to start, grow or restructure a business, purchase another business or sell their interest in a business or to protect their shareholder or other equity interests.

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The firm is large enough to afford clients the resources required to succeed in an array of employment and entrepreneurial-related matters, yet small enough that our clients have direct access to our highly accomplished attorneys with in-depth experience in employment law and business law.

Martindale-Hubbell's® rating programs listed the firm in the New York Area’s Top Ranked Law Firms in 2012 and listed the firm in the U.S. Top Ranked Law Firms in 2013. Four of our employment law attorneys, Elliot Baumgart (for the years 2009 to present), David Ben-Asher (for the years 2006 to present), Jonathan I. Nirenberg (a “Rising Star” for the years 2011 to 2013) and Teresa Boyle-Vellucci (for the years 2013 to the present and a “Rising Star” for the year 2009), are listed in New Jersey Super Lawyers and several of its lawyers have the AV® Preeminent™ Peer Review Rated from Martindale-Hubbell®.*

Providing Smart, Tailored Advice to Employees and Entrepreneurs

Our attorneys take the time to understand our clients' objectives, whether, for example, in the negotiation of a severance agreement or an employment contract, obtaining an accommodation for a disability at work, or seeking relief for them with regard to their legal claims.

At Rabner Allcorn Baumgart and Ben-Asher, P.C., our attorneys also guide our clients regarding their legal rights when they face the inevitable breakdown of a partnership, or the difficulties associated with the unanticipated loss of a job. We work with clients to chart a clear path to resolution, whether through negotiation of an employee’s claim such as sexual harassment, or litigation challenging a covenant not to compete. Our attorneys also collaborate so their individual strengths in employment and business law combine to form a powerful web of legal support for their clients.

Our firm has a demonstrated record of results, both negotiated and litigated, in several focused areas of practice, including:

Because our attorneys develop a strong rapport with clients concerning their employment and business law matters, our clients often also seek their valuable counsel for personal legal needs, such as family law matters and estate and tax planning. Consequently, our firm has developed a significant practice in these areas as well.

A History of Commitment in Representing Employees and Entrepreneurs

Clients rely on Rabner Allcorn Baumgart & Ben-Asher, P.C. for the drive and perseverance its attorneys provide and the results they produce in employment discrimination, whistleblower retaliation, sexual harassment and other employment-related cases, as well as in its comprehensive representation of entrepreneurs and small businesses in corporate and commercial matters. From our welcoming office in Upper Montclair, we serve all of New Jersey and also represent clients employed in New York.

Contact Us Today

For more information or to schedule a consultation with one of our attorneys, you can contact us online or call us at (973) 744-4000. Our office is located in Essex County at 52 Upper Montclair Plaza, Upper Montclair, NJ 07043.

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