Our employment lawyers In Essex County New Jersey represent employers and employees in the following communities:
Ampere, Beaufort, Belleville, Bloomfield, Brookdale, Caldwell, Cedar Grove, East Orange, Essex Fells, Fairfield, Glen Ridge, Irvington, Livingston, Maplewood, Millburn, Montclair, Newark, North Caldwell, Nutley, Oak Island Junction, Orange, Roseland, Roseville, Short Hills, South Orange, Upper Montclair, Verona, West Caldwell and West Orange.
Our Essex County employment lawyers focuses on the following practice areas
• Sexual Harassment
• Workplace Harassment
• Hostile Work Environment
• Discrimination (race, sex, pregnancy, age, religion, disability)
• Unpaid Overtime (wage and hour lawsuits)
• Retaliation and Whistleblower Violations
• Family and Medical Leave Act
• Severance Agreements
• Employment Agreements
• NJ Non-Compete Agreements
• Wrongful Termination
• Family and Divorce
Our labor law firm in Essex County also specializes in corporate employment law
• Litigation of all Employment Claims
• Litigation of all Commercial Claims
• Handling Department of Labor Audits
• Drafting Handbooks, Policies and Corporate Documents
• Training Supervisors and Employees
• Independent Investigation into Alleged Workplace Misconduct
How Essex County New Jersey has impacted US history
Essex County was established in 1682 by the East Jersey legislature as one of the four original counties of New Jersey. To date it is the second largest populated county in New Jersey and has over 783,969 citizens. In 1895 Essex County became the first County in the United States to create the Countrywide park system. The same year the Governor signed into legislation the Essex County Parks Commission and 60 acres of land were acquired from Newark as the beginning of Branch Brook Park. To date those first 60 acres of land have grown into 5,745 acres of green space which include reservations, parks, golf courses, tennis courts, ice and roller skating complexes and a zoo. Some additional important facts about Essex that have impacted history and legislation is that Essex county was the birthplace of the 24th President of the United States, Grover Cleveland.
The following court houses that we serve in Essex County
Essex County Courthouse
50 West Market Street
Newark, New Jersey
About Essex County Vicinage
The Superior Court of New Jersey serves the 22 municipalities of Essex Vicinage and is located in downtown Newark in five separate buildings. The courts serve the 783,969 citizens of Essex County living in 22 municipalities in an area of 127.44 square miles.
50 West Market Street
470 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd.
Newark, NJ 07102
Robert N. Wilentz Court Complex
212 Washington Street
Child Support Enforcement (Probation Division)
Hall of Records 465 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard
Special Civil Part
60 Evergreen Place
East Orange, NJ 07108
To contact our Essex County employment lawyers please call 973-920-7888 or fill out our confidential contact form.