About Ramsey, New Jersey
Ramsey is a borough located in Bergen County. A suburb of New York, it has a population of 12,473 residents based on a 2010 Census. It is named after Peter J. Ramsey, a 19th-century landowner who owned the land that eventually became home to a railroad station called “Ramsey’s”. With a highly educated population, Ramsey was ranked one of the fifteen most educated municipalities in New Jersey based on data from the American Community Survey.
Carcich O'Shea, LLC’s Key Practice Areas in Ramsey, New Jersey
At Carcich O'Shea, LLC, we have years of experience representing employees in the following areas:
Employment-related disputes we have handled before inlude disputes related to wages and overtime claims, arbitration, whistleblower assertions, and cases of workplace discrimination.
We specialise in quid pro quo harassment and hostile work environment allegations.
Family Medical Leave Act
All employees are entitled to three months of family leave to be used continuously within a two-year period without losing their jobs. If you have been denied this right, we can assist you in the matter.
Our attorneys can handle the negotiation of severance packages, non-compete agreements, non-solicitations, unpaid commissions, overtime lawsuits, and fair labor standards act (FLSA).
If you are planning to take your employer to court, it may be best to try a peaceful mediation first. We can help you with this process.
Shareholder / Partnership Disputes
Our attorneys can assist in resolving partnership and shareholder-related conflicts.
Workplace Training / Investigations
We can assist in providing an unbiased, third-party insight regarding employment-related complaints and accidents.
We can represent school employees in a discreet and sensitive manner that protects the confidentiality of the matters at hand.
Breach of Duty of Loyalty
We can help employers handle cases of employees who mismanage their proprietary resources or confidential data.
The New Jersey Sales Representatives' Rights Act
Independent contractors who are employed as sales representatives are entitled to their commissions along with other compensation 30 days after the due date of those payments or earned within 30 days after the termination of their contract, whichever is later.
Why Should You Hire Our Employment Attorneys in Ramsey, New Jersey?
Employment laws were introduced in New Jersey to ensure fairness at workplaces by preventing cases of retaliation, discrimination, unfair wages and harassment. Legal jargon may be confusing for employees, and they should seek the help of attorneys in order to better understand their rights. Our attorneys in Ramsey are always ready to help you evaluate your situation and determine if you have a case to pursue, as well as the best course of action for you.
There have been instances wherein employees have been wrongfully accused, terminated, and discriminated against. We at Carcich O’Shea, LLC, understand how damaging this can be to a person’s life and can draw on our expertise to help you protect your reputation.
Schedule an Appointment with Carcich O’Shea, LLC Today
If you are looking for an experienced employment attorney in Ramsey, NJ, you are at the right place. Contact our attorneys by calling 201-988-1308 or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org (Christopher Carcich) and email@example.com (Sheila E. O’Shea-Criscione).