About Lodi, New Jersey
Lodi is a borough in New Jersey consisting of 24,136 residents as of 2010. The name of the city is derived from the Italian city of Lodi, Lombardy. Covering an area of more than 2 square miles, several parts of the borough are prone to flooding during heavy downpours. Lodi is also home to the towers and transmitter for the New York radio station WABC.
Carcich O'Shea, LLC’s Key Practice Areas in Lodi, New Jersey
At Carcich O'Shea, LLC, we have years of experience representing employees in the following areas:
We have assisted many workers on issues regarding wage and overtime claims, arbitration, whistleblower issues, and discrimination accusations in the workplace.
Many cases we handle involve complaints relating to hostile work environment and quid pro quo harassment.
Family Medical Leave Act
All employees are entitled to three months of family leave to be utilized within a two-year time frame without risks of being retrenched. If you are deprived of this right, we can assist you.
We help employees with negotiating severance packages, non-solicitations, unpaid commissions non-compete agreements, overtime lawsuits, and fair labor standards act (FLSA).
We recommend using mediation services to resolve any conflict before deciding to take the employer to court.
Shareholder / Partnership Disputes
To ensure that both parties are protected from unnecessary losses, we offer guidance to resolve disputes between business partners and shareholders.
Workplace Training / Investigations
For any accidents and complaints regarding employment, our team members can conduct third-party investigations
We have assisted several school districts with insightful legal guidance for a variety of issues. To protect sensitive matters from leaking, a confidential meeting can be set up.
Breach of Duty of Loyalty
We can offer help for employers with employees who have breached the loyalty clause of their agreement contract.
The New Jersey Sales Representatives' Rights Act
For independent contractors who are now sales representatives, they are entitled to their commissions and alternative forms of compensation 30 days after these payments were due or earned within 30 days after the termination of their contracts, whichever is later.
Why Should You Hire Our Employment Attorneys in Lodi, New Jersey?
To ensure that workplaces are safe and fair for both employers and employees, the New Jersey employment laws are put in place. These laws help to prevent accidents and complaints in the workplace regarding harassment, discrimination, retaliation, and many more. For those who are experiencing these issues at work but are unsure of the employment laws in place to protect them, it is advised to seek professional legal help from our attorneys. We are also committed to supporting former employees who have lost their jobs from untrue allegations.
Schedule an Appointment with Carcich O’Shea, LLC Today
If you are looking for an experienced employment attorney in Lodi, NJ, you are at the right place. Contact our attorneys by calling 201-988-1308 or via email: email@example.com (Christopher Carcich) and firstname.lastname@example.org (Sheila E. O’Shea-Criscione).