Hoboken, New Jersey
Whether you live in Hoboken or somewhere else in New York or New Jersey, race discrimination because of race violates your legal rights. If you have been fired, demoted, harassed, or experienced another form of discrimination against you at your job because of your race, then you should contact an experienced employment lawyer at Rabner Baumgart Ben-Asher & Nirenberg, P.C.
Unfortunately, even today many corporate supervisors, managers and officers treat their employees negatively based on their race, color or ancestry. Whether you have been treated worse because you are African American, Black, Hispanic, Asian, American Indian, Pacific Islander, Caucasian or belong to another race, the law prohibits your company from using your race as a negative factor in making decisions that impact your career.Employment Lawyers Who Understand You
If you have experienced discrimination or harassment because of your race at your job, or believe your workplace rights have been violated in some other way, we can help. Our employment lawyers will listen to your story carefully and evaluate whether your employer may have violated one of your employment law rights. We will discuss your options with you and help you determine the best way to resolve your workplace problem, whether it involves negotiation, litigation or something else. Please contact us online or call us at (973) 744-4000 to schedule an initial consultation with one of our employment law attorneys.Learn More About Rabner Baumgart Ben-Asher & Nirenberg, P.C.
To learn more about the types of cases we have handled, please visit our representative cases page. Or to learn more about the appeals we have handled that have helped improve workplace rights in New Jersey, please visit our significant cases page.About Hoboken, New Jersey
Located in Hudson County, the City of Hoboken, New Jersey has a long and rich history. For example, Henry Hudson landed in Hoboken Cove in 1609. The first recorded organized baseball game, between the New York Nine and the Knickerbockers, took place in Hoboken in 1846. The City also was the point of departure for over two million members of the armed forces departing to fight in World War I.
Hoboken was incorporated as a city in 1855. Today, it has approximately 50,000 residents. Hoboken is bordered by Weehawken, Union City, and Jersey City, New Jersey, and is across the Hudson River from Manhattan.
You can read about a Hoboken resident’s lawsuit in our blog article: Court Clarifies How to Prove Sexual Harassment Under New York City Law.Coming Here From Hoboken
If you are coming to our office from Hoboken, you can reach us by taking Route 495 West to I-95 North to Route 3 West. Take the Bloomfield Avenue exit and turn left onto Bloomfield Avenue. Turn right onto West Passaic Avenue and then right onto Broad Street. Continue on Bellevue Avenue for 1.3 miles, and then turn left into Upper Montclair Plaza. We are located at 52 Upper Montclair Plaza in Upper Montclair, New Jersey.
For more information about New Jersey race discrimination law or another aspect of your workplace rights, please feel free to call an employment law attorney at Rabner Baumgart Ben-Asher & Nirenberg, P.C. Our telephone number is (973) 744-4000.