Lyndhurst

Carcich O'Shea, LLC manages many disputes regarding employment laws in Lyndhurst everyday. We provide many of our clients including professionals, executives, employees, and business owners, insightful legal guidance and information in a variety of issues relating to workplace rights.
About Lyndhurst, New Jersey

Lyndhurst is a township located in Bergen County covering an area of 4.89 square miles. It has a population of 20,554 residents and more than 8,000 households in the township. As of the 2000 Census, more than 33 percent of the residents in Lyndhurst had Italian ancestry, the eight-highest in New Jersey.

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Carcich O'Shea, LLC’s Key Practice Areas in Lyndhurst, New Jersey

At Carcich O'Shea, LLC, we have years of experience representing employees in the following areas:

Employment Litigation

The attorneys at Carcich O’Shea can provide help in a variety of cases regarding workplace harassment, arbitration, whistleblower assertions, and claims for wages and overtime charges.

Sexual Harassment

We are specialized in hostile work environment and quid pro quo harassment cases.

Family Medical Leave Act

Under this act, all workers are given a maximum of three months of family leave within two years. Reach out to us if you are at risk of losing your job when you intend to make use of this right.

Employment Contracts

Our attorneys are trained and experienced in cases including non-compete contracts, unpaid bonuses, overtime lawsuits, fair labor standards act (FLSA), non-solicitations, and negotiations regarding severances.

Mediation Services

Are you seeking to file a claim against your employer? Carcich O’Shea can assist in helping both sides resolve it through peaceful mediation.

Shareholder / Partnership Disputes

In order to achieve a win-win situation for both business partners, the team members at Carcich O’Shea are here to resolve shareholder and/or partnership tension.

Workplace Training / Investigations

We offer impartial third-party investigation services for complaints and cases relating employment laws.

School Law

We can offer trained representation for issues faced by schools by keeping sensitive matters private.

Breach of Duty of Loyalty

When employees misuse any proprietary or confidential information belonging to the employers, it is a breach of their duties to loyalty.

The New Jersey Sales Representatives' Rights Act

Independent contractors who work as sales representatives are entitled to their bonuses and other forms of payment 30 days after the due date of these compensations or earned within 30 days after the termination of their contracts, whichever is later.

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Why Should You Hire Our Employment Attorneys in Lyndhurst, New Jersey?

The primary purpose of having the New Jersey employment laws is to prevent any harassment, discrimination, and retaliation from happening in workplaces. It is also to protect employees and ensure they receive fair wages. Due to the complicated nature of the industry, employees who lack legal knowledge should contact attorneys for guidance and support. Our attorneys in Lyndhurst will provide assistance in determining if you have a case, and advise the suitable course of action to take.

Many times, employees become victims of discrimination and unfairness. The team at Carcich O’Shea understands how it feels like to be wrongfully accused. Hence, we strive to help you protect your reputation and deny any false allegations against you as effectively as possible.

Schedule an Appointment with Carcich O’Shea, LLC Today

If you are looking for an experienced employment attorney in Lyndhurst, NJ, you are in the right place. Contact our attorneys by calling 201-988-1308 or via email: carcichoshea@gmail.com (Christopher Carcich) and carcichoshea@gmail.com (Sheila E. O’Shea-Criscione).