Attorneys Robert W. Smith and Christopher J. Eibeler

Princeton Employment Lawyers

Princeton

Our Princeton employment attorneys represent employees in all areas of employment law throughout the state of New Jersey. The Princeton sexual harassment lawyers of Smith Eibeler represent residents and individuals who work in Princeton and Mercer County in claims of sexual harassment, race discrimination, severance agreements, hostile work environment, equal pay violations, FMLA, disability discrimination, non-compete agreements and wage payment violations. Our law firm is located in Monmouth County at the Bell Works building in Holmdel, New Jersey.

New Jersey maintains a strong public policy to end workplace discrimination. The New Jersey Law against discrimination makes it unlawful for an employer or place of public accommodation to discriminate against employees and individuals. The Princeton discrimination lawyers of Smtih Eibeler have decades of experiencing litigating wrongful discharge cases on behalf of employees.

Princeton

Princeton is a municipality located in Mercer County, New Jersey. In 2011, residents of Princeton Township and the Borough of Princeton voted to merge their communities. The total number of residents in the former municipalities was 28,572 according to the 2010 census.

Total area of Princeton is 18.363 square miles and is located equidistant from New York City and Philadelphia. Princeton is located near many major roadways, railways and airports, making this town very accessible. Ranked 15th of top 100 towns to live and work in by Money magazine in 2002.

Harry Greenland was the first European to reside in Princeton. House built in 1683 along with his tavern. This is where representatives from East and West Jersey met to discuss boundaries. Richard Stockton, one of the founders of the township died in 1709 and left his estate to his son, John Stockton who helped develop the town.

In 1777, General George Washington led the Continental troops in a surprise attack against the British, forcing British troops out of the area, otherwise known as The Battle of Princeton. After the battle, the town hosted the first legislature to decide a State seal, Governor and organization of the New Jersey government.

New Jersey’s Governor residence has been located in Princeton since 1945. Morven, the former residence of the Stockton family, was the first mansion. It was later replaced with Drumthwacket, Gaelic for “wooded hill”. Morven is now a museum property of the New Jersey Historical Society. Other local historic sites Princeton Cemetery, Quaker Meeting House, Rockingham and Updike Farmstead.

Princeton University, founded in 1746 and originally called College of New Jersey, was first located in Newark, New Jersey. In 1756 the university was relocated to Princeton and renamed, with the assistance of John Stockton. Princeton University one of the world’s most prominent Ivy league research universities. The university has held a top spot on the U.S. News and World Report’s list of best colleges and universities for the past 16 years.

Princeton is also home many other diverse educational institutions. Westminster Choir College is a residential conservatory of music presently owned by Rider University. The College was founded in 1920 and located at the Westminster Presbyterian Church of Dayton, Ohio. The college briefly moved to Ithaca College in New York before establishing Princeton its home in 1932. Princeton Theological Seminary the first and oldest seminary in America of the Presbyterian Church was established in 1812. The Institute for Advanced Study (IAS) is an independent postdoctoral research center for theoretical research and intellectual inquiry. The center was founded in 1930 and maintains the “Institute Woods” which covers 800 acres. One of the most famous faculty from AIS was Albert Einstein.

Princeton Public Schools service student throughout Princeton. The high school also services students from neighboring Cranford. These schools had an enrollment of 3,390 as of 2014-2015 school year. Additional schools in the area are Princeton Charter School, The Lewis school of Princeton, Princeton Day School, Princeton Friends School, Hun School of Princeton, and Stuart Country Day School of the Sacred Heart. There is also a local county college located in Princeton, Mercer County Community College.

Princeton has many local attractions, such as Terhune Orchards and Princeton Canoe & Kayak Rental. The Princeton Public Library was first found in 1909 and has since changed locations within Princeton twice. Yankee Doodle Tap Room, The Peacock Inn and Blue Point Inn are a few restaurants in the area.

A few of the major employers in the Princeton area are Opinion Research Corporation, Siemens, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Berlitz Corporation and Dow Jones & Company.

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Client Reviews
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We had a wrongful termination issue combined with a denial of unemployment insurance. Chris Eibeler was our primary attorney. His partner Bob Smith also consulted and gave us good advice. They were both so kind, caring, and professional. They guided us though a very tough time and a positive outcome versus a prior employer. They were also able to reverse our denial of unemployment insurance. I cannot recommend Smith and Eibeler highly enough. The entire staff is very professional, personable, and caring. Tom Wilson
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I went to Smith Eibeler LLC for a last minute unemployment matter. Chris, Diane and his staff were very professional and easy to talk to. They provided knowledgeable insight and also kept me in the loop with the what was happening. I would not hesitate to go to him again. John Jung
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Chris Eibeler (and the whole team) is very knowledgeable in all aspects of employment/unemployment here in NJ. They break down the most difficult aspects of the law, which allows you to conceptualize and better understand the complexities of the NJ Labor & Employment system. Smith Eibeler should be your first call regarding any Employment, workforce, or Labor questions here in New Jersey. I highly recommend them. Brian Allen
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I approached Chris Eibeler regarding an unemployment case in early 2016. Him and his staff are some of the most professional people I have ever dealt with. The process took a while, but his approach to hard questioning helped me win my case. He knows how to get the job done and I am glad I went to him. I would recommend him to anyone in the future who asks for a lawyer. Thank you Chris! Tim F.
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I highly recommend the office of Smith Eibeler for employment related issues, particularly anything related to restrictive covenants or post-employment contracts. I found Smith Eibeler via the web and cannot believe how fortunate I am to have found them. My case was handled by Bob Smith who represented me in a potential lawsuit by my former employer for violation of a post-employment contract (not a restrictive covenant per se). Bob was professional, friendly, understanding, and above all extremely helpful. Bob helped me avoid a lawsuit and was extremely knowledgeable in this field. I was thoroughly impressed with his prowess. Hopefully I will never have a legal issue related to employment again, but if I do, I will not hesitate to retain Smith Eibeler again! Gavin Tully