Thomas N. Ryan, Esq. Michael R. Darbee Ursula H. Leo, Esq. Jessica A. Jansyn, Esq.
The increasing demands of doing business makes compliance with the ever-changing myriad of state and federal employment laws and regulations a challenge without end. Laddey, Clark & Ryan, LLP, assists management and individuals in making informed decisions that are in compliance with current employment & labor law. Employers and employees need to understand and manage issues including wrongful termination, age discrimination, sexual harassment and discrimination, as well as hostile working conditions and retaliation.
The firm advises clients in all facets of employment and labor law, including matters relating to discharge and discipline; grievance handling and resolution; PERC; wage and hour; and compliance with NJLAD, ADA, Title VII, ADEA, FMLA, FLSA, as well as the remaining alphabet soup of employment and labor law.
Our attorneys are experienced and accomplished in working with state and federal labor laws, as well as working with labor unions in organizing drives, contract negotiations and grievance proceedings. LCR attorneys are successful in alternate dispute forums, but are prepared to litigate unresolved issues in state, federal and administrative courts.
Public sector employment and labor laws present a unique set of issues in managing employer-employee relations in the public sector. LCR is uniquely qualified and experienced in all aspects of public employment including managing relations in a Civil Service community and engaging in collective bargaining with public sector labor unions including police, public works and office workers.
LCR attorneys have represented municipal and county employers, as well as individuals, at the OAL; Department of Labor; PERC; Department of Personnel; before the Merit Review Board and in the State and Federal Courts. LCR attorneys can counsel public employers through the requirements of public employment discipline, accountability and termination so as to preserve resources while effectively maintaining a productive working environment. See the following pages for more information: