Our New Jersey Employment Law Firm
Castronovo & McKinney is a full service law firm practicing in New Jersey focusing on employment law and commercial litigation and represents individuals and employees in all types of actions. We also continue to consult small business regarding employment law.
We represent employees and individuals in cases involving employment law claims including sexual harassment and all types of workplace discrimination, including pregnancy leave, whistle blowing and many others.
Our firm has had the honor of being selected the New Jersey Employment Law Firm of the year in 2010 by Corporate International Magazine. We have received over $6,000,000 in verdicts and judgments in the past 5 years. Our attorneys have been recognized by their peers as New Jersey Super Lawyers and New Jersey Rising Stars. For more information on our NJ employment law attorneys, please visit their profiles below.
We offer free consultations and will be glad to give you a fair and honest opinion about your potential lawsuit without charging you any fee.
Our NJ Employment Law Attorneys
All of our NJ Employment Law Attorneys have been named to the Super Lawyers lists in the area of Labor and Employment law. Only 2.5% of the attorneys in the State of New Jersey are recognized as Super Lawyers and only 35 attorneys in New Jersey were recognized in the area of Labor and Employment.
- Paul Castronovo, Esq.
- Thomas A. McKinney, Esq.
- Megan Frese Porio, Esq.
- Kimberly O’Sullivan, Esq.
- Edward W. Schroll, Esq.
- Richard A. Reinartz, Esq.
Before launching their own firm, our NJ employment law attorneys represented medium to Fortune 500 businesses and international corporations in federal and state court and before civil rights agencies, thus bringing a comprehensive perspective to each case. The firm has extensive experience counseling high-level executives, attorneys and other professionals, and salaried and hourly employees on various employment issues. Paul and Tom pride themselves on client service. We represent both employees and employers in employment law cases involving discrimination, sexual harassment, workplace harassment, hostile work environment, overtime violations and all other employment law matters.