Federal and New Jersey state laws provide different legal rights and protections to New Jersey individuals who are harmed at work and outside their employment. Our law firm represents individuals and small businesses in a wide range of employment law, business law and other civil litigation and seek to hold those persons or companies responsible when their intentional or negligent conduct causes harm our clients.
The Smith Eibeler Law Center provides general information concerning the different areas of law of our Holmdel lawyers are engaged on a regular basis on behalf of their clients. The Smith Eibeler Law Center was created to inform New Jersey employees, small businesses and individuals of their legal rights under state and federal law and to provide access to the many legal resources that can be found on our website and throughout the internet. While it is always recommended that you seek legal counsel if you believe your rights have been violated, the Smith Eibeler Law Center is an informational resource that provides general information concerning the different laws that are designed to protect people in their employment, small businesses or other laws outside the workplace. If you have any questions about your own legal situation after reviewing the various information contained in Smith Eibeler Law Center, we encourage to contact our Holmdel law office to speak with one of our Monmouth County attorneys about your particular situation.LAW CENTERS
The Unemployment Appeals Center provides information for individuals who have been denied their right to unemployment benefits after losing their job through no fault of their own.
The Woman’s Rights Law Center provides information on the various state and federal laws that protect women from workplace discrimination and harassment
The Sales Representatives Law Center provides information to independent sales representatives in obtaining their unpaid earned sales commissions
The Non-Compete Law Center provides information to individuals and small businesses in the restrictive covenant law
The Employee Resources Center provides general information to legal and other valuable resources available throughout the internet
After reviewing our website, if you have a question about whether a potential legal situation is in violation of federal or state law, please contact us to discuss the specific facts of your potential matter with one of our New Jersey employment lawyers and commercial litigators.