The lawyers at Elkind and DiMento, P.A. will be happy to evaluate your case without charge if you feel you have been wrongfully terminated. Termination of employment is wrongful if it violates any clear mandate of public policy, is in violation of the New Jersey Conscientious Employee Protection Act (Whistleblower Statute) or if there is a violation of the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination (NJLAD).
We will fully explain your options to you and the legal implications of current case law. We will also aggressively litigate claims advanced by our employee clients.
Elkind and DiMento, P.A. will also aggressively defend any claim for wrongful termination advanced against our employer clients. If a claim for wrongful termination is advanced against an employer client, we will provide sound legal advice so that our employer clients may make sound business judgments. Our experience in this area of law enables us to prepare our employer clients to act in a proactive manner to avoid claims for wrongful termination being made and to develop practical and cost economic strategies for resolving claims once made against our employer clients.