Our Toms River Employment Lawyers represent employees in all areas of employment law throughout the state of New Jersey. The Toms River sexual harassment lawyers of Smith Eibeler represent employees, residents and individuals who work in Toms River and Ocean County for claims under the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination, sexual harassment, wrongful termination, FMLA, hostile work environment, sex discrimination, race discrimination, pregnancy discrimination, non-compete law, severance agreements, wage payment, wage theft, breach of contract and whistleblower cases. Our employment lawyers file employment lawsuits on behalf of employees, as well as provide employees with advice and counsel concerning their rights under New Jersey and federal employment law.
Our law firm is located in Monmouth County at the Bell Works building in Holmdel, New Jersey, less than one mile from the Garden State Parkway, Exit 114.Toms River
The township of Toms River, formerly known as Township of Dover, is the county seat for Ocean County, New Jersey. The Township of Toms River is the 8th most populous municipality in the State of New Jersey with a population of 91,239, as of the 2010 United States Census. The median household income is approximately $71,934.
The Township of Toms River has a total area of 52.884 square miles, 12,396 square miles of this area is water. Toms River shares its northern border with Brick Township and Lakewood Township. It borders Jackson Township and Manchester Township to the west. Just south of Toms River is Berkeley Township, Island Heights and South Toms River. Lavallette, Seaside Heights and the Barnegat Bay are located to the east.
Toms River Regional School District consists of 18 schools and had an enrollment of 16,125 students in 2014-2015. This district also services the boroughs of Beachwood, Pine Beach and South Toms River. Monsignor Donovan High School, Ocean County’s only Catholic High School, is also located in Toms River. Ocean County College (OCC), a community college, has its main campus in Toms River. OCC is associated with Kean University. Bruce Springsteen briefly attended Ocean County Community College. Novins Planetarium, located on the OCC campus, features educational programs and fun laser shows.
Joshua Huddy Park, named after Captain Joshua Huddy of the Revolutionary War, is located in downtown Toms River. This is the location for farmer’s markets, local events and concerts. Cattus Island Park, located on the Barnegat Bay, is the home to the Cooper Environmental Center and is run by Ocean County Department of Parks and Recreation. The center provides wildlife displays and educational programs to the public.
The film Amityville Horror and the television series Boardwalk Empire were both filmed in Toms River. MTV reality shows Jersey Shore and Made were also filmed here. Toms River is home to the 2nd largest Halloween parade in the World, the New Jersey Ice Cream festival and New Jersey Chili and Salsa Cook-Off.
Employers are Community Medical Center, Ocean County Mall and the various shops and restaurants therein, OceanFirst Bank and EGM Green, LLC are headquartered in Toms River, New Jersey. A few employers located in Toms River are Community Medical Center,
The River Lady is a dinner cruise along the Toms River and Barnegat Bay. A few restaurants in the area include Artisan’s Brewery & Italian Grill, Baker’s Water Street Bar and Grille and Wolfie’s Deli and Restaurant, famous for their Corned Beef and Pastrami sandwiches.
Some famous people who live or have lived in Toms River include Rachel Bolan from the band Skid Row, actor Brian Geraghty, reality television star Melissa Gorga, comedian Demetri Martin, actress Piper Perabo, comedian Artie Lange and Sam Porcello, creator of the Oreo cookie. Robert and Michael Meerpool, sons of convicted spies Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, have also lived in Toms River.