Our Wall Township employment attorneys represent employees in all areas of employment law throughout the state of New Jersey. The Wall township sexual harassment lawyers of Smith Eibeler represent residents and individuals who work in Wall Township and Monmouth County in claims of sexual harassment, race discrimination, severance agreements, hostile work environment, equal pay violations, Family Medical Leave Act, disability discrimination, First Amendment violations, Civil Rights Act, non-compete agreements, wage retaliation and wage payment violations. Our Wall discrimination lawyers provide our clients with representation in employment related lawsuits, as well as providing advice and counsel concerning his or her legal rights under state and federal employment laws.
Our law firm is located in Monmouth County at the Bell Works building in Holmdel, New Jersey. Our office is located less than one mile from Exit 114 off the Garden State Parkway.Wall Township
Wall Township is in southeastern Monmouth County, New Jersey. Wall Township shares borders with Tinton Falls and Neptune Township to the north, Farmingdale and Howell Township to the West, and Howell Township and Brick Township to the south. To the east, Wall Township borders various shore towns such as Brielle, Manasquan, Sea Girt, Spring Lake, Spring Lake Heights, Lake Como and Belmar.
According to the 2010 US Census, Wall Township has a total area of 31.737 square miles and a population of 26,164 people. There were 10,051 households with a median household income of $89,278.00 per year.
There is a lot of history in Wall Township. The Township was named after General Garret D. Wall (1783-1850), a lawyer who commanded a volunteer company stationed in Sandy Hook during the War of 1812 and eventually was elected to U.S. Senate. Allaire Village, located in Wall Township, originates back to 1822 when James P. Allaire purchased Howell Works. It was the largest bog iron manufacturing site in New Jersey. The property was purchased in 1901 by Arthur Brisbane, editor of Hearst publications. Brisbane built an estate and then gifted to the State of New Jersey. It is now known as Allaire State Park and the Historic Village at Allaire, a non-profit educational organization. The Marconi Wireless Telegraph Company set up a receiver in Wall Township for its commercial transatlantic radio operations. The Marconi site fell into the hands of the Ku Klux Klan before being purchased by the United States Army in 1941 and named it Camp Evans. It is now home to the InfoAge Learning Center, a museum part of the NASA Digital Learning Network and a satellite campus of Brookdale Community College.
The Wall Township school district provides schooling for students in kindergarten through high school. There are four public elementary schools, which include Allenwood Elementary School, Central Elementary School, Old Mill Elementary School and West Belmar Elementary School. There is one middle school, Wall Intermediate School. There is one high school, Wall High School.
Some of the areas’ largest employers are located in Wall Township. A few of these are New Jersey Natural Gas, Jersey Strong, Hackensack Meridian Health Systems and Blue Cross Blue Shield.
A few local attractions are Wall Speedway, Monmouth Executive Airport, Edgar Felix Bike Path, Allaire State Park, the Atlantic Club and various golf courses. Restaurants in Wall Township include Shogun Legends, Harpoon Willy’s, Meemom’s and Allenwood General Store.
Famous persons who live or have lived in Wall township include Peter Criss (the Catman) drummer of the band KISS; Rusty Schweickart, astronaut; and Superbowl Champion Tim Wright.