Employment law can be complicated. It is extremely important, whether you are an employee, or an employer of any size business to fully understand all applicable employment laws that may apply to you or your business. 

Goldman Davis Krumholz & Dillion, P.C. have the requisite knowledge and experience to be able to handle all aspects of employment law whether you are an employee or a small business.  Our experience extends to:
  • Wrongful Termination
  • Wage Disputes
  • Unemployment Appeals
  • Whistle-blowing Retaliation
  • Employee Contracts
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If you have been terminated from a job, or simply want advice of what to do if you feel that you are on the verge of being terminated, whether it be the result of discrimination or other unlawful act by your employer, it is best to get advice from experienced attorneys, before it is too late.

Likewise, if you are an employer, and simply want to make sure that your business has fully complied with all employment laws so that you can potentially avoid being sued, it is equally important to get the right legal advice. We at Goldman Davis Krumholz & Dillion, P.C. will insure that you have all of the knowledge necessary to make the proper employment decisions whether you are an employee or an employer.


Employment Discrimination Still Exists - Unfortunately

Discrimination can affect someone’s employment. When an individual is terminated, it may not be readily apparent that the reason for termination was the result of discrimination, whether it be race, gender, religious, sex, disability, age or whistle-blower retaliation. However, when the pieces of the puzzle are put together, it becomes more apparent that the real reason for termination was discriminatory and therefore a violation of the law.

Goldman Davis Krumholz & Dillon, P.C. is well versed in all aspects of Employment Discrimination Law. Additionally, Evan L. Goldman, is a Board Certified Civil Trial Attorney, a designation given to less than 2% of all attorneys in the State of New Jersey.

We also have comprehensive knowledge of the various state and federal laws applicable to employee rights and discrimination, including:
  • Title VII
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Age, Gender, Racial, Sexual Orientation, Religious, National Origin/Ethnic, Pregnancy Discrimination
  • FMLA (Family Medical Leave Act)
  • FLA (Family Leave Act)
  • FLSA (Fair Labor Standards Act)
  • NJLAD (New Jersey Law Against Discrimination)
  • ADA (American’s with Disabilities Act)
  • CEPA (Conscientious Employee Protection Act—commonly known as whistle-blower protection).
We recognize the emotional distress a victim who has been wrongfully discharged undergoes. We also understand the economic harm that can not only affect the person who has been discharged, but also those who rely upon that person for economic support. 

Discrimination claims must be prosecuted carefully and thoughtfully. Many times, a discrimination claim has to be tried before a Judge and Jury; therefore, it is important that the attorney you choose be well versed in all aspects of discrimination law, as well as having the requisite trial experience.  Evan L. Goldman has tried to conclusion well over 125 trials before a Judge and Jury. Based in Bergen County, and Hackensack, all of our employment attorneys have the requisite knowledge and experience to handle your employment case, whether it is on behalf of an employer or employee.


Contact us to learn more about our firm’s abilities to address your legal issues. Our clients are individuals and businesses throughout New Jersey and the metropolitan New York area.