Clifton, New Jersey
Our employment law firm represents employees who have experienced workplace retaliation in the workplace in New Jersey and New York. For example, we handle cases in which employees have been wrongfully terminated because they complained about illegal discrimination , such as discrimination based on age, race, disability or gender at their jobs.
Rabner Baumgart Ben-Asher & Nirenberg, P.C. also handles whistleblower claims under New Jersey’s Conscientious Employee Protection Act ("CEPA"). Among other things, CEPA prohibits companies from retaliating against employees who object to or refuse to participate in activities they reasonably believe are illegal, fraudulent, or criminal.
Likewise, we handle retaliation cases under the Family & Medical Leave Act ("FMLA"), the Fair Labor Standards Act ("FLSA") and many other state and federal employment laws that protect whistleblowers. We also represent employees of state and local municipal governments who have been retaliated against because they exercised their First Amendment rights such as the right to Freedom of Speech and Freedom of Religion.Experienced Whistleblower Lawyers
In fact, whistleblower claims are probably the most common type of claims our employment attorneys handle. We have settled countless retaliation claims through negotiations, and litigated them in both state and federal court. For instance, one of our precedent-setting cases, Brennan v. Norton, makes it clear that the notice requirement of New Jersey’s Tort Claims Act does not apply to claims brought under CEPA.
To discuss your whistleblower claim with one of our experienced employment lawyers, please contact us online or call us at (973) 744-4000.Learn More About Your Legal Rights
If you would like to learn more, you might be interested in reading our Frequently Asked Questions About New Jersey's Conscientious Employee Protection Act. Or you might be interested in one of the following articles from The New Jersey Employment Law Blog:
- Judge Reduces $3.5 Million Retaliation Verdict to $500,000
- Court Finds Employee's Violation of Company's Policy Protected by New Jersey Whistleblower Law
- Court Upholds Newark Police Officer's $700,000 Verdict in Retaliation Case
- Supreme Court Finds Retaliation Against Employee's Fiancée Violates Federal Anti-Discrimination Law
The City of Clifton is located in Passaic County, New Jersey. It was incorporated in 1917. Prior to that, it was known as Acquackanonk Township. Acquackanonk Township, which was originally formed in 1693 and formally incorporated in 1798, was much larger than what currently is Clifton.
As of the 2010 census, Clifton was home to 84,136 residents. It is the home to the Clifton Commons and Promenade Shops at Clifton. It also was the childhood home of the creator of the Sopranos, David Chase.Directions to Our Office From Clifton
It is easy to get to our office from Clifton. Head south on Broad Street for 2.4 miles. You will then turn right onto Bellevue Avenue and proceed for approximately a mile-and-a-quarter. Once you have crossed Valley Road, take you first left into Upper Montclair Plaza. Our law firm is at 52 Upper Montclair Plaza in Upper Montclair, New Jersey. There is a metered parking lot right past our office.
If you have experienced retaliation in the workplace in New Jersey or New York, you should feel free contact us to schedule a meeting with one of our employment law attorneys.