The Employment Law Department values its close working relationship with firm clients and its successful efforts to address and resolve many complicated and often sensitive employment issues. Cole Schotz's Employment Law Department provides preventive counseling and guidance to both large and small employers on a wide range of compliance issues and evolving statutory and common law requirements, including those related to wrongful discharge, discrimination, retaliation, sexual and other forms of harassment, family and medical leaves of absence, disability, substance abuse, wage and hour, and restrictive covenant trade secret and other related issues. Whether contributing expertise in a transaction or providing general counsel, Cole Schotz ' Employment Law Department focuses on necessary employment related aspects of particular situations. Cole Schotz' employment law attorneys represent clients in varied fields and industries.+ READ MORE
As published in: Law360 October 17, 2014
As published in: Law360 January 17, 2014
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As published in: The Record March 24, 2013
As published in: Law 360 June 19, 2012
As published in: West Law Journal August 19, 2014
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As published in: New Jersey Law Journal October 17, 2013
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The Record September 30, 2012Lauren M. Manduke
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Employment Law Monitor November 12, 2015Lauren M. Manduke
Employment Law Monitor November 11, 2015Neoma M. Ayala
Employment Law Monitor October 27, 2015Michael N. Morea
Employment Law Monitor October 15, 2015Michael N. Morea
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