The Smith Eibeler law firm fights for New Jersey employees’ right to work in a discrimination free workplace. Our experienced New Jersey employment attorneys represent employees in all areas of employment law, including unlawful termination, sexual harassment, medical leave rights, hostile work environment, whistle-blower retaliation and wage and hour violations. We also provide employment law related consultation services, including representing clients in unemployment appeals, contract review, severance agreements, non-compete/non-solicitation agreements and employee complaint investigations.

In addition to our employment law practice, we also provide commercial litigation services on behalf of businesses in matters such as shareholder disputes, breach of contract, fraudulent business practices, restrictive covenant, non-compete and non-solicitation agreements. We also represent independent sales representatives and companies in claims of unpaid commissions, drafting sales commission agreements and other business law related services.


In all our cases, our New Jersey employment attorneys work with our clients to achieve the best possible results. We represent our client’s interests aggressively and effectively while always maintaining the highest ethical and professional standards. It is our number one goal to resolve our clients’ legal issues with the highest possible recovery.

Our New Jersey employment lawyers strive to provide our clients with personal attention and a hands-on approach throughout the litigation process. Our clients always receive an honest and realistic assessment of potential options for the best and most cost-effective resolution. We believe in educating our clients about their case so they have the knowledge necessary to make truly informed decisions. We always provide personalized and attentive service to every case because we believe it is essential to achieve the best possible outcome.

If you are in need of a litigation or employment lawyer, please contact the Smith Eibeler, LLC attorneys to discuss the specific facts and circumstances of your particular legal issue.

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