Millburn, New Jersey
Employers often discriminate against and harass women after they announce they are pregnant, when they seek to return to work from a maternity leave or after they return to work from maternity leaves. For example, employers frequently jump to the conclusion that female employees have limitations on their ability to perform their jobs, do not plan to return to work after their maternity leaves, will not work as hard or will not be as dependable because they have young children at home. However, it is unlawful discrimination when employers make conclusions based on these types of stereotypes and assumptions about women.Knowledgeable Employment Law Attorneys
Our attorneys frequently handle pregnancy discrimination claims. For example, one of our appeals, Padilla v. Berkely Educational Services of New Jersey, Inc., upheld a verdict on behalf of a woman who experienced pregnancy discrimination at her job. The court's opinion makes it clear that our client was entitled to recover damages for the emotional distress she experienced and sent her case back for a new trial so a jury could determine how much she should receive to compensate her for those damages.
At Rabner Baumgart Ben-Asher & Nirenberg, P.C., our employment law attorneys have the knowledge and expertise to help you if you have been the victim of most forms of unlawful discrimination or harassment at your job. We will evaluate your discrimination claim, and represent you through negotiations and litigation to help enforce your legal rights. We welcome you to contact us today to schedule an initial consultation. Our telephone number is (973) 744-4000.Learn More About Your Employment Law Rights
If you are interested in learning more about your rights, we welcome you to sign up for our free employment law e-newsletter. In the meantime, you might be interested in reading one of these articles:
- New Jersey Passes Law Prohibiting Pregnancy Discrimination
- New Rights for Pregnant Employees in NYC
- EEOC Recognizes Pregnancy Discrimination Remains Widespread
- New Jersey Employees Can Enforce Employer’s Promise of Reinstatement After Maternity Leave
- Nursing Mothers Finally Get a Break
- Discrimination Against Caregivers
The Township of Millburn is located in Essex County, New Jersey. During the Revolutionary War, it was the scene of The Battle of Springfield. Millburn was part of the Elizabethtown and Newark settlements in the 17th Century, and subsequently part of Springfield Township. In 1847, Millburn was formed from a portion of Springfield Township.
The Township has had many different names before it was named Millburn, including Vauxhall, Rum Brook, Riverhead, Milltown, and Millville. As of the 2010 Census, Millburn had 20,149 residents. It is home of The Mall at Short Hills. It is also the birth place of Anne Hathaway and Rachel Zoe.Schedule an Employment Law Consultation
To schedule an appointment with one of our New York and New Jersey pregnancy discrimination lawyers, please either contact us online or call us at (973) 744-4000.