New Jersey Employment and Labor Lawyers

The law firm of Schall & Barasch LLC, located in Moorestown, New Jersey, is dedicated exclusively to protecting the rights of employees. Unlike other firms that practice law in a variety of areas, we practice in only one area – employment rights.  Our attorneys represent individual  employees throughout the State of New Jersey in cases involving discrimination, sexual harassment, wrongful termination, non-compete agreements, retaliation, breach of contract and all other employee rights related issues.

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Recent News & Articles

  • BEWARE: EVEN ABSENT NON-COMPETE AGREEMENT, NEW JERSEY EMPLOYEES STILL OWE EMPLOYERS DUTY OF LOYALTY

    Written By: Richard Schall The recent decision by the Appellate Division of the New Jersey Superior Court in Temple-Inland, Inc.... View Article

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  • NON-COMPETE AGREEMENTS: THE WORST MISTAKES AN EMPLOYEE CAN MAKE WHEN LEAVING A JOB

    Written By: Richard M. Schall, Esq. I recently represented an employee who was signatory to a non-compete agreement and nonetheless... View Article

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  • Richard Schall and Patricia Barasch again named “Super Lawyers”

    For the ninth consecutive year, both Richard Schall and Patricia Barasch were named among New Jersey’s “Super Lawyers” by New Jersey... View Article

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  • New Bill Adds Pregnancy as a Protected Status Under New Jersey Law Against Dis-crimination

    Back in October, we reported that Senator Loretta Weinberg (D-Bergen) had introduced legislation that would overturn the flawed decision made under Gerety vs. Atlantic City Hilton Casino Resort, in which the New Jersey Supreme Court ruled that the plaintiff, who had been terminated for exceeding the company’s maximum allowance of paid leave due to a difficult pregnancy, could only bring a claim under New Jersey’s gender dis-crimination laws. At the time, the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination did not in-clude pregnancy as a covered status.

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