Cumberland County Employment Attorneys

Our employment lawyers in Cumberland County New Jersey represent employers and employees in the following communities:

Bridgeton, Greenwich, New Italy, Rosehayn, Bridgeton Junction, Cedarville, Clayville, Fairton, Long Branch, Laurel Lake, Mauricetown, Menantico, Millville, North Vineland, Pleasantville, Port Norris, Roosevelt Park, Seabrook Farms, Shiloh, South Vineland and Vineland.

Our Cumberland 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 Cumberland 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 Cumberland County New Jersey

Cumberland County was named after Prince William, Duke of Cumberland and was established in 1748. To date within the county there are 14 townships which hold an average population of 157,000 people. The original and preceding structures of the Cumberland County courthouse are nearly 250 years old. The first frame of the courthouse was constructed in 1752. The county is governed by a seven member Board of Chosen Freeholders who are elected by the people. Each Freeholder is responsible for one or more of the specific county categories including: administration, health, education, agriculture, public works and property, community services and public safety. New Jersey State also mandates the following five categories to Freeholders including:  courts and law enforcement, education,  conducting elections,  roads, and  social services. The county is also home to the Cumberland County Liberty Bell, some interesting facts about the bell include:

  • made in England before 1776
  • rang for liberty when the Declaration of Independence was signed
  • used as a warning signal during the War of 1812
  • was on exhibit in Philadelphia for the 150th Anniversary of Independence

The following court houses that we serve in Cumberland County

Cumberland Courthouse
60 West Broad Street
Bridgeton, NJ 08302

 Directions to Cumberland County Courthouse

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 Cumberland County employment lawyers please call 973-920-7888 or fill out our confidential contact form.