Our employment lawyers in Middlesex County New Jersey represent employers and employees in the following communities:
Avenal, Barber, Edison, Ernston, Melrose, Metuchen, Rossmoor, Sayre Woods, Brownville, Carteret, Chrome, Clearbrook Park, Colonia, Concordia, Cranbury, Crossmans, Dayton, Dunellen, East Brunswick, Edgebrook, Fords, Gillespie, Heathcote, Helmetta, Highland Park, Iselin, Jamesburg, Kendall Park, Laurence Harbor, Lincoln Park, Madison Park, Middlesex, Milltown, Monmouth Junction, Morgan Heights, New Brunswick, North Brunswick, Old Bridge, Perth Amboy, Plainsboro Center, Port Reading, Princeton Meadows, Raritan Gardens, Sayreville, Sayreville Junction, Sewaren, Society Hill, South Amboy, South Plainfield, South River, Spotswood, West Carteret, Westons Mills and Woodbridge.
Our Middlesex County employment lawyers focus 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 Middlesex 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
About Middlesex County New Jersey
Middlesex County New Jersey was named after Middlesex County England. Middlesex County is located midway between Boston and Washington D.C. and also between New York City and Philadelphia. It makes up 318 square miles and is divided into 25 municipalities. It is known as “The Greatest County In The Land”. The county is governed by a seven member Board of Chosen Freeholders and can manage the affairs, property, contractual and financial interests of the county. New Jersey is the only state in the United States that uses the term Freeholders for elected county legislatures. In June 1775 President George Washington passed though Middlesex County on his way North to take command of the army, arriving in Cambridge, Massachusetts and later personally lead 5,000 troops to defend the state when he believed a British invasion was to come. In 1815 legislature adopted the first railroad act which allowed a company to erect a railroad from the River Delaware near Trenton to the River Raritan at or near New Brunswick which was an integral part in the current day modern railroad system.
The following court houses that we serve in Middlesex County
Middlesex County Courthouse
56 Paterson St.
New Brunswick, NJ 08903-0964
Castronovo and McKinney, LLC specializes in employment and labor laws with a focus on discrimination, wrongful termination, sexual harassment, labor laws and agreements. To contact our Middlesex County employment lawyers please call 973-920-7888 or fill out our confidential contact form.