Lyndhurst, New Jersey
Companies often make great promises to employees to convince them to accept their job offers. For example, they might offer excellent salary and benefits, promise to provide staff and financial support to help you succeed at your job, claim the company has an excellent financial track record, or assure you that you will have long-term job security. But unfortunately companies sometimes exaggerate or outright lie when they are hiring new employees. Sometimes this form of fraud by employers can be legally actionable.
Although the ideal way to protect you from these types of false promises is to enter into a clear written employment contact, that is not always a viable option. But even if you do not have an employment contract, you could have a legal claim if your new employer lied to convince you to accept its job offer. More specifically, you might have a claim for employment fraud or misrepresentation.
Employment fraud most commonly occurs when a company makes false promises to convince you to leave another job, relocate from another state or make other significant financial or personal commitments. In New Jersey this can be legally actionable even if you were hired as an employee at-will who can be fired for almost any reason or even for no reason at all.
Rabner Baumgart Ben-Asher & Nirenberg, P.C. can help if you have been the victim of employment fraud in New Jersey. We have represented numerous employees who were tricked into uprooting their lives based on false promises and misrepresentations. Please contact us online or call us at (973) 744-4000 to schedule an appointment with one of our employment lawyers to discuss what happened to you.About Lyndhurst, New Jersey
The Township of Lyndhurst is located in Bergen County, New Jersey, between the Hackensack River and the Passaic River. Lyndhurst was first settled by the Dutch, followed by the English and the Polish. It was established as a Township in 1917. Prior to that it was part of what was known as Union Township, which initially included East Rutherford and North Arlington. Even earlier, Lyndhurst had been part of Lodi Township, and before that it was part of Harrison Township.
During the Industrial Revolution, as manufacturing grew, many Irish and German families settled in Lyndhurst. More recently, many Asian and Middle Eastern immigrants have moved to the Township. The 2010 census calculated the population of Lyndhurst to include slightly more than 20,000 residents. The total area of Lyndhurst is approximately 4.9 square miles. The eastern portion of Lyndhurst is a section of the New Jersey Meadowlands.Directions to Our Office from Lyndhurst
To reach our office from Lyndhurst, take Route 3 West to the Bloomfield Ave Exit and head toward Bloomfield/Passaic. You will turn left onto Bloomfield Avenue and then right onto West Passaic Avenue. Continue for almost a mile and then turn right onto Broad Street. Turn left onto Bellevue Avenue and continue for 1.3 miles. Right before you pass the movie theater, turn left into Upper Montclair Plaza. We are located at 52 Upper Montclair Plaza in Upper Montclair, New Jersey.
If you would like to schedule a consultation with one of our employment lawyers, you can reach us at (973) 744-4000.